Sickle cell trait: a rare cause of post-operative death in Northern Ireland.

Abstract

The patient who was a six-year-old negro child of mixed parentage with no recorded previous medical history was admitted for a minor plastic operation. At the time of admission his haemoglobin was 11.5 g. per 100 ml. Neither of the parents, both of whom were medically qualified, were aware of any haematological abnormality. Premedication was administered in… (More)

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@article{Gibson1974SickleCT, title={Sickle cell trait: a rare cause of post-operative death in Northern Ireland.}, author={Irene Gibson and Scott Love}, journal={The Ulster Medical Journal}, year={1974}, volume={43}, pages={143 - 147} }