Perioperative specific management of blood volume loss in craniosynostosis surgery

@article{Kang1998PerioperativeSM,
  title={Perioperative specific management of blood volume loss in craniosynostosis surgery},
  author={Jin Kyu Kang and Sang Won Lee and Min Woo Baik and Byung chul Son and Yong Kil Hong and Chul Ku Jung and Keon Hee Ryu},
  journal={Child’s Nervous System},
  year={1998},
  volume={14},
  pages={297-301}
}
Accurate assessment and replacement of blood loss and fluid–electrolyte deficit during craniosynostosis repair is difficult owing to patient size and the diversity of surgical technique. Forty-three patients undergoing primary craniosynostosis repair over a 10-year period were studied retrospectively to determine blood loss and fluid deficit and to assess blood transfusion practices during both intraoperative and postoperative periods. Blood loss was calculated on the basis of estimated red… CONTINUE READING
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