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Blood donors and the supply of blood and blood products

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Blood donors and the supply of blood and blood products
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Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1151666688
Number of pages: 137

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This volume discusses the current state of the nation's blood supply -- including studies of blood availability, ways of enhancing blood collection and distribution, frozen red cell technology, logistical concerns in prepositioning frozen blood, extended liquid storage of red cells, and blood substitutes.

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