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An exchange transfusion is a medical treatment in which apheresis is used to remove one person's red blood cells or platelets and replace them with transfused blood products. Exchange transfusion is used in the treatment of a number of diseases, including:
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Exchange transfusion - series. Definition Return to top ... An exchange transfusion requires that the patient's blood can be removed and replaced. ...
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Exchange transfusion is a potentially life-saving procedure performed to ... The exchange transfusion proceeds in cycles, each generally of a few minutes duration. ...
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Exchange transfusion - Overview, Exchange transfusion is a potentially life ... An exchange transfusion requires that the patient's blood can be removed and replaced. ...
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Exchange transfusion - All Information, Exchange transfusion is a potentially life-saving procedure that is done to counteract the effects of serious jaundice or ...
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exchange transfusion ( iks′chānj tranz′fyüzhən ) ( medicine ) The replacement of most or all of the recipient's blood in small amounts at a time by
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An exchange transfusion requires that the patient's blood can be removed and replaced. ... The exchange transfusion is done in cycles, each one usually lasts a ...
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Exchange transfusion is a potentially life-saving procedure that is done to counteract the effects of serious jaundice or changes in the blood due to diseases such ...
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APPENDIX A. DEATHS POSSIBLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO EXCHANGE TRANSFUSION ... exchange transfusion, whole-blood; adverse events, jaundice, neonatal; ...
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Partial Exchange Transfusion 3. To correct severe anaemia without hypovolaemia ... A double catheter technique for exchange transfusion in the newborn infant. ...
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Exchange transfusion has been shown to reduce brain damage in severely jaundiced ... 20 full term babies requiring exchange transfusion for hemolytic jaundice due to ...
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Exchange transfusion is a potentially life-saving procedure that is done to ... What is Exchange Transfusion? ... An exchange transfusion requires that the ...
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An overview of transfusion therapy for patients with sickle cell disease. ... Occasional cases of post-exchange transfusion reversal of cerebral vaso ...
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Thayyil S, Milligan D. Single versus double volume exchange transfusion in jaundiced newborn infants. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2006, Issue 4. Art. ...
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... requiring double volume exchange transfusion (DVET) except in one ... Use of peripheral vessels for exchange transfusion. Arch Dis Child 1990; 65: 676-678. ...
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The California Blood Bank Society is an organization dedicated to meeting the educational needs of healthcare professionals working to save the lives of people in ...
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An exchange transfusion requires that the patient's blood can be ... The exchange transfusion is done in cycles, each one usually lasts ... Exchange ...
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