The pathophysiology and organ-specific consequences of severe transfusion reactions.

Abstract

Transfusion of blood components is usually required in the management of critically ill patients. However, pathologic interactions between blood products and organ function may result from transfusion reactions. Emerging understanding of the mediation and interruption of clinical inflammatory responses is applicable to severe transfusion reactions. The… (More)

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@article{Ramsey1994ThePA, title={The pathophysiology and organ-specific consequences of severe transfusion reactions.}, author={Gloria Ramsey}, journal={New horizons}, year={1994}, volume={2 4}, pages={575-81} }