Guidelines for pre-transfusion compatibility procedures in blood transfusion laboratories. British Committee for Standards in Haematology

Transfusion Medicine
British Committee for Standards in HaematologyN Win

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Nov 19, 2013·Pediatric Clinics of North America·Paula H B Bolton-Maggs
Nov 8, 2015·Transfusion·Nina CooperUlrich J Sachs
Jan 24, 2013·Transfusion Medicine·J P Wallis
Feb 26, 2013·British Journal of Haematology·Geoff Daniels
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Oct 7, 2014·British Journal of Haematology·Paula H B Bolton-MaggsJohanna C Wiersum-Osselton
Mar 11, 2015·British Journal of Haematology·Jennifer B VidlerSwee L Thein
Jul 7, 2015·British Journal of Haematology·Beverley J HuntUNKNOWN British Committee for Standards in Haematology
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