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The patient received two further units of packed red blood cells and oral omeprazole.
Blood loss was only 15 ml/kg, and since the hemoglobin value was borderline (89 g/l) during the surgery, the patient received 10ml/kg of packed red blood cells. The girl was hemodynamically stable throughout the surgery.
They observed a signal that indicated tightly packed red blood cells. The Clot Network Clots are a three-dimensional network of fibers, made up primarily of the blood protein fibrinogen, which is converted to fibrin during clotting, and platelets, which aggregate by binding to fibrin once they are activated.
Although the patient received 7 U each of packed red blood cells (PRBC) and fresh frozen plasma (FFP) over the next 5 hours, she continued to have low hemoglobin and hematocrit values.
The Central Blood Bank processes blood into various components, including packed red blood cells that last up to 45 days, platelets, which last for five days and are mainly used for leukaemia and hematological malignancy patients, fresh frozen plasma and cryoprecipitate.
Intraoperatively, she received two units of packed red blood cells and two units of platelets, to counteract the effects of aspirin.
In 2008, she required a total of 60 units of packed red blood cells transfused (the last transfusion in December, 2008) at another institution because of massive gastrointestinal bleeding secondary to a colonic arteriovenous malformation, which was obliterated successfully by laser.
Among those who required hysterectomy, the estimated blood loss, need for packed red blood cells, need for other blood products, operating room time, and length of stay did not differ significantly between those who did and those who did not have arterial occlusion, although an insignificant trend for lower estimated blood loss and need for packed red blood cells was seen in the group who had balloon occlusion, Dr.
During our patient's hospital admission, he received 6 units of packed red blood cells, 3 daily injections of 480 mcg subcutaneous filgrastim for 5 days, and ongoing vitamin [B.sub.12] supplementation to assist myeloid recovery.
She had been receiving haematinics and in view of an impending labour, it was decided by the obstetricians to transfuse packed red blood cells to increase her oxygen carrying capacity.

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