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TitleSupportive therapy in haematology [electronic resource] / edited by P. C. Das, C. Th. Smit Sibinga, M. R. Halie
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1985
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-2577-2
Descript XVIII, 410 p. online resource

CONTENT

One: Pathophysiology -- 1. Role of cell culture in the management of haematological diseases -- 2. Oxygen transport to the tissue and blood viscosity -- 3. Infection prevention in neutropenic patients -- 4. Apheresis units: designs and future applications -- 5. Platelets for transfusion: collection, storage and clinical efficacy -- 6. Leukapheresis: clinical experience and post-transfusion control -- 7. Plasma proteins for therapeutic use: past, present and future -- 8. Clinical significance of tissue antigens -- 9. Clinical significance of red cell blood groups -- 10. The crossmatch: how much is enough? -- 11. Isoimmunisation in pregnancy: diagnosis, treatment and prevention -- 12. Immune plasma for immunoglobulin -- Two: Clinical Practice -- 1. Blood and blood components: uses and abuses -- 2. Massive transfusion and its effects in clinical practice -- 3. Diagnosis of bleeding disorders -- 4. Treatment of the haemophilias -- 5. Advances in the treatment of thrombocytopenia -- 6. Red cell therapy -- 7. Blood transfusion in sickle cell disease -- 8. Supportive care in leukemia treatment -- 9. Immunosuppression and oncology -- 10. Use of immunoglobulins -- 11. Bone marrow transplantation (BMT) -- 12. Transfusion support and obstetrical haemorrhage -- 13. Cardiac operations and transfusion requirements -- 14. Supportive therapy for liver transplantation -- 15. Supportive therapy in the new born -- 16. Therapeutic plasma exchange -- 17. Transfusion related morbidity and mortality in the intensive care facility -- 18. Infections transmitted by blood transfusion -- Three: Future Trends -- 1. Hepatitis B in pregnancy -- 2. Interferons: past, present and future -- 3. The use of antibody in the malignant blood diseases -- 4. Therapeutic approaches to abnormalities of blood rheology in vascular disease -- 5. Can we support comprehensive home care for haemophiliacs? -- 6. Transfusion support in a community disaster -- 7. Comprehensive haemotherapy program for developing countries -- 8. Artificial blood substitutes


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