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Cliff DeMartino 16h
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Ronak kothari 🇮🇳 Jun 14
History..! 15 June 1667..! Human Blood Transfusion..! The 1st is administered by Dr. Jean-Baptiste Denys..!
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Filip-Mof Jun 14
OF THE DAY :
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Cyber Bloodbanker Jun 13
As footie fan, want to say congrats to Aussie colleagues for Australia's national women winning vs Brazil at France's ⚽WWC today.
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"Doc Rick" Rimler Jun 14
: RT : Four cases of caused by transfusion of contaminated platelets stress importance of monitoring patients for adverse reactions after . HCPs: monitor patients for sepsis after platelet transfusions & im…
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St. Clair Hospital Jun 14
Today is World Blood Donor Day. St. Clair Hospital thanks all who have donated blood, and invites you to visit our Services Department to give the valuable gift of to those most in need. Learn more: .
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Bala Abdul Gaduwama Jun 14
Replying to @fkeyamo @APCNigeria
If there wa no sever, why d ? Where was d being generated to? Call it of ! Hhhhh
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Mardi Chapman Jun 12
Wow, impressed with the update as a new donor. Good engagement
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FATSAL Jun 14
Today is ! 🅰️🅱️🆎🅾️ Every few seconds, someone, somewhere, needs . of blood and blood products helps save millions of every year. By blood, you can save many lives!
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Maria Roussakis Jun 8
What are some appropriate indications to transfuse fresh frozen plasma? Let's amalgamate all of our knowledge to better understand blood product utilization!
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Cyber Bloodbanker Jun 13
Thx for inc. me. Rare blood donor registries help with most difficult cases. Problem with RBC antibody registry: Patients who ➡antibodies often➡more, so keeping it updated a nightmare. In 🇨🇦(🇺🇸 too?) we issue antibody cards to patient or Drs with instructions
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JAMA Jun 13
Past studies have reported an association btwn RBC from female donors and increased risk of death, but this analysis of 3 large cohorts reports that transfusions from, previously pregnant, or sex-discordant donors were not assoc'd w mortality
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Hemomadrid Jun 10
RBC Transfusions Improve Quality of Life for Some Patients with Cancer via
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Transfusion Library Jun 14
Without our wonderful donors, there would be no and no To donors everywhere, THANK YOU 💐💐💐
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Reed Kamyszek, MD Jun 10
Congratulations Dr. Tracy! An excellent clinical and research mentor who sparked my interest in and . Excited to see the outcomes of this project.
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Felix Farquhar, MD Jun 11
Do A For The Involvement Of Patients In Trials Of New Cancer Drugs
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Steph Hale Jun 10
Apparently it's . As someone who once recieved a life-saving , I'd just like to say thank you SO much to everyone who has blood. I wouldn't be here without you! ❤
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Tim Frenzel Jun 13
Important study showing safety of our independent of donor sex and former pregnancy.
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Appoint Healthcare Jun 12
If a person receives a of a type that's not their own, their immune system will kill the donated cells. With this they might not have to worry. What do you think?
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Laurence 21h
Amazing finding: Blood type changed by
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