The autologous program is the most reliable method used in avoiding the consequences of homologous blood transfusion (particularly hepatitis and HIV) for patients who must undergo surgery. The autologous transfusion program's prerequisites are less restrictive than those concerning the homologous transfusion program. There are different modes to accomplish the autologous blood transfusion program according to the chosen technique. The risks involved in autologous blood donation are the same as these involved in a normal blood donation and they are not considered a restrictive factor. The practice of the autologous program in Gyn surgery is not different from what has been done in general surgery. Finally, shown below, is a study of the autologous transfusion experience in Gyn surgery performed in the OB/GYN service at San Daniele del Friuli Hospital, Udine for the period 1989-1993. A new method of autologous donation has been achieved in this ward since 1987.

[Autotransfusion in gynecologic surgery. Analysis of an experience]

DIANI, Franco;
1995

Abstract

The autologous program is the most reliable method used in avoiding the consequences of homologous blood transfusion (particularly hepatitis and HIV) for patients who must undergo surgery. The autologous transfusion program's prerequisites are less restrictive than those concerning the homologous transfusion program. There are different modes to accomplish the autologous blood transfusion program according to the chosen technique. The risks involved in autologous blood donation are the same as these involved in a normal blood donation and they are not considered a restrictive factor. The practice of the autologous program in Gyn surgery is not different from what has been done in general surgery. Finally, shown below, is a study of the autologous transfusion experience in Gyn surgery performed in the OB/GYN service at San Daniele del Friuli Hospital, Udine for the period 1989-1993. A new method of autologous donation has been achieved in this ward since 1987.
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