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Principles of Transfusion Medicine

ISBN-10: 0683073869

ISBN-13: 9780683073867

Edition: 2nd 1996 (Revised)

Authors: Ennio C. Rossi, Toby L. Simon, Moss, Phillip Gould

List price: $169.00
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This is a practical guide for safe and effective use of blood as a drug. It has a practical focus, with a format that blends transfusion science with clinical concerns, and includes contributions from the areas of pathology, internal medicine, surgery, anaesthesiology and paediatrics. This new edition includes 15 new chapters, and the Organization of Blood Services section has been restructured to guide the reader through the intensified regulatory environment and the use of computers a control devices. The text also discusses how blood banks can meet the FDA's tight new guidelines, using audit and error management as the key to process control.
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List price: $169.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 953
Size: 9.00" wide x 11.25" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 5.390
Language: English

Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Contributors
Introduction
Transfusion Into the Next Millenniump. 1
Red Cell Productionp. 13
Hemoglobin Synthesis, Structure and Oxygen Transportp. 23
Red Cell Metabolismp. 37
Red Cell Radiolabeling and Kineticsp. 43
Liquid Preservation of Red Cellsp. 51
Frozen Red Blood Cellsp. 61
Human Blood Group Antigens and Antibodiesp. 67
Erythrocytosisp. 89
Anemia and Red Cell Transfusionp. 95
Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemiap. 101
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuriap. 121
Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn: Treatment and Preventionp. 127
Management of Congenital Hemolytic Anemiasp. 141
Transfusion in the Hypoproliferative Anemiasp. 161
Red Cell Transfusions in Pediatricsp. 167
Pharmacological Interventions as Alternatives to Blood Transfusionp. 177
Perflurocarbonsp. 189
Hemoglobin Solution as an Acellular Oxygen Carrierp. 197
Megakaryocytopoiesis and Platelet Kineticsp. 207
Role of Platelets in Hemostasisp. 221
Platelet Immunology and Alloimmunizationp. 231
Preparation and Storage of Platelet Concentratesp. 245
Thrombocytopenia and Platelet Transfusionsp. 257
Platelet Transfusion in Patients Receiving Chemotherapyp. 263
Immune Thrombocytopenia and Its Managementp. 275
Alloimmune Thrombocytopeniasp. 297
Platelet Consumption and Dysfunctionp. 309
Neutrophil and Lymphocyte Kineticsp. 315
Granulocyte Transfusionsp. 321
Therapeutic Mononuclear Cell Transfusion: Adoptive Immunotherapy and Gene Therapyp. 329
Hematopoietic Growth Factorsp. 345
Leukoreduced Blood Components: Laboratory and Clinical Aspectsp. 353
Leukocyte Inactivation by Blood Irradiationp. 375
Composition of Plasmap. 383
Coagulation Mechanismp. 393
Preparation of Plasma Derivativesp. 403
Transfusion of Plasmap. 415
Congenital Coagulopathies and Their Managementp. 423
Bleeding from Acquired Coagulation Disorders and Antithrombotic Therapyp. 435
Management of Disseminated Intravascular Coagulationp. 443
Immunoglobulins in Clinical Medicinep. 453
The Processing and Preservation of Hematopoietic Progenitor Cellsp. 465
Allogeneic Bone Marrow Transplantation: General Principles and Current Practicep. 475
Allogenic Bone Marrow Transplantation: Current Problems and Possible Solutionsp. 493
High-dose Therapy with Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation for the Treatment of Malignant Diseasep. 509
Transfusion Support in Bone Marrow Transplantationp. 521
Apheresis: Principles and Practicesp. 537
Plateletpheresisp. 547
Leukopheresis and Stem Cell Harvestp. 551
Plasma Exchange in Neurological, Hematological, and Other Autoimmune Diseasesp. 559
Plasma Exchange in the Dysproteinemiasp. 569
Plasma Exchange in Thrombotic Microangiopathiesp. 577
The Physiologic Basis of Transfusionp. 583
Preoperative Autologous Blood Donationp. 593
Preoperative Hemodilutionp. 601
Intraoperative Autotransfusionp. 607
Metabolic Effects of Massive Transfusionp. 615
Volume Replacement in the Surgical Patientp. 627
Solid-organ Transplantationp. 635
Preoperative Assessment of Hemostasisp. 641
Diagnosis and Management of Intraoperative and Postoperative Hemostatic Defectsp. 649
Surgery in the Patient With Congenital Coagulopathiesp. 661
The Potential Role of Human Recombinant Erythropoietin in the Surgical Patientp. 667
Transfusion-transmitted Hepatitis A, B, and Dp. 675
Transfusion-transmitted Non-A, Non-B and Hepatitis C Virus Infectionsp. 687
Transfusion-associated AIDSp. 699
Transfusion-transmitted HTLV-I and HTLV-IIp. 709
Transfusion-transmitted Cytomegalovirus and Epstein-Barr Virus Diseasesp. 717
Transmission of Parasitic Infections by Blood Transfusionp. 733
Bacterial Transmission by Transfusionp. 739
Hemolytic Transfusion Reactionsp. 747
Plasma Anaphylaxis and Immediate Type Reactionsp. 765
Febrile and Nonimmune Transfusion Reactionsp. 773
Transfusion-associated Graft-versus-Host Diseasep. 785
Transfusion-associated Immunosuppressionp. 803
HLA: The Molecular Agep. 813
Tissue and Organ Preservation and Transplantationp. 825
Organ and Tissue Procurementp. 839
Applications of Genetic Marker Typing in Disputed Parentage Casesp. 849
Blood and Plasma Services in the United Statesp. 863
Recruitment and Evaluation of Blood and Plasma Donorsp. 871
Current Good Manufacturing Practicesp. 883
The Hospital Transfusion Service: Management and Administrationp. 893
Quality Assessment and Improvement of Transfusion Practicesp. 907
International Aspects of Blood Servicesp. 917
Medicolegal Aspects of Blood Transfusionp. 925
Indexp. 935
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