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Lancet i: 19 Jacobs A (1981) In International Forum: The Hippocratian principle of ‘primum nil nocere’ demands that the metabolic state of a donor should be normalized prior to a subsequent donation of blood or plasma. How much blood, relative to his body weight, can a donor give over a certain period, without a continuous deviation of iron metabolism in the direction of iron deﬁciency? Vox Sang 41: 336–343 James V, Jones KF, Turner EM et al. (2003) Statistical analysis of inappropriate results from current Hb screening methods for blood donors.
Management of phlebotomy. Phlebotomy remains the most effective therapy for haemochromatosis. If phlebotomy is initiated before the onset of cirrhosis, patients can lead a normal life (Barton et al. 1998). 2 Twin brothers with hereditary haemochromatosis undergoing therapeutic phlebotomy. Twin 2 (T2) was treated with two-unit apheresis phlebotomy that resulted in more rapid iron depletion than his twin (T1) who received manual singleunit bleeding. Subject A required fewer treatment visits. Ferritin (ng/ml) 800 700 600 500 400 T1 (0 units) 300 200 T2 (20 units) 100 0 5/11/01 25/12/01 per session.
Transfusion 41: 1469–1474 2 Transfusion of blood, blood components and plasma alternatives in oligaemia This chapter follows the development of transfusion as treatment in oligaemia from its early underpinnings through the Blundell’s proof of principle using clinical trial methods to the current understanding of the physiology and pathology of blood loss. The modern approach to monitoring and managing blood loss with blood and components as well as with non-blood volume expanders is reviewed. Transfusion approaches for some special clinical settings such as in patients who refuse transfusion, burns, elective non-cardiac surgery, cardiac surgery and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) are discussed.