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Low extracorporeal priming volumes for infants: a benefit?

Perfusion

Nov 1, 1996

F De SomerK François

PMID: 8971946

Abstract

An extracorporeal circuit consisting of an oxygenator especially designed for neonatal use and appropriately sized tubing, with an average total priming volume of 205 ml, was used on 80 infants undergoing cardiac surgery for congenital heart-disease. The priming volume and foreign surfa...read more

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Blood product
Whole Blood
Fresh Frozen Plasma
Discipline of Heart Surgery
Cardiac Surgery Procedures
Packed red blood cells
Whole Blood Specimen
Exsanguination
Cardiopulmonary
Extracorporeal Circulation
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Low extracorporeal priming volumes for infants: a benefit?

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Nov 1, 1996

F De SomerK François

PMID: 8971946

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