Treatment of preoperative anemia - Recommendations for reimbursement in clinical routine.

[Treatment of preoperative anemia - Recommendations for reimbursement in clinical routine.] Anaesthesist. 2019 Aug 01;: Authors: Bauer M, Doll D, Hönemann C PMID: 31372672 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Purpose of review Transfusion is a common practice during neurosurgery. However, there is no evidence-based consensus on transfusion practice in neurosurgery. This review summarizes the evidence pertinent to the commonly used transfusion triggers in neurosurgical patients. Recent findings In the field of neurosurgery, there is only one randomized controlled trial, performed in patients with traumatic brain injury, to investigate the transfusion trigger of red blood cells. There is a lack-of-quality evidence pertinent to the transfusion triggers of other blood products. Most of the transfusion triggers used for neurosu...
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