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The Effect Of Blood Donor Characteristics On Transfusion Outcomes

 Michael Chasse MD PhD FRCPC
  6th-Jan-2017
Description: Understand how blood donor characteristics may be related to adverse events after RBC transfusion; Present a framework to study the blood donor-recipient continuum; Present results from a Canadian transfusion cohort study using large data – Effect of donor age and sex on RBC transfusion survival. Lack of evidence of efficacy in anemic patients despite good physiological rationale.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Therapy
Contributing Organization: Critical Care Canada
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LithoVision 2018
Contents:
The effect of blood donor
characteristics on transfusion
outcomes
Michaël Chassé, MD, PhD, FRCPC
Intensivist, Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine,
University of Montréal

Funding

Objectives
• Understand how blood donor characteristics may be
related to adverse events after RBC transfus ... See more

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