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Examples would include topical fibrin- or thrombin-based products for wound hemostasis, proton pump inhibitor therapy for preventing gastric rebleeding in patients with peptic ulceration, octreotide derivatives for reducing rebleeding in patients with variceal hemorrhage, and the antifibrinolytic agents and desmopressin for systemic hemostasis. The pharmacological methods used to achieve systemic hemostasis have dures with the exception of no cell saver) that were not always employed in earlier trials involving hemostatic agents.
Such knowledge may allow for cost-reduction measures such as dose 32 rounding by product size when using weight-based dosing regimens or decreased product wastage associated with canceled procedures by diluting the agent in an intravenous solution immediately prior to use. Conclusions patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery. There is a limited amount of high-level evidence supporting the use of systemic hemostatic agents for noncardiac surgery. Large RCTs are needed to answer concerns not only related to efficacy but also toxicity.
Transfusion criteria were not predefined. 5% was for scoliosis. 001). PABD schedule All patients scheduled for surgery were asked to preoperatively donate at least two units of autologous blood. In accordance with Spanish and European regulations, requested PABD units were drawn once a week during 2–5 weeks prior to surgery, stored in citrate-phosphate-dextrose-adenine solution or in adenine-dextrose-saline-mannitol, and used within 5 or 7 weeks respectively. g. viral hepatitis, coronary artery disease, cerebrovascular disease, uncontrolled hypertension, severe anaemia).