Blood Conservation Strategies / Autologous Transfusion
21st Annual NATA Symposium
The 21st Annual NATA Symposium on Patient Blood Management, Haemostasis and Thrombosis will take place on April 23-24, 2020 in Athens, Greece.
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21st Annual Symposium General Information
Slide Presentations from the 16th Annual NATA Symposium, Prague, 2015
We are pleased to provide NATA members with PDF versions of presentations delivered at past NATA symposia. These presentations are made available for NATA members with permission from the authors and may have been modified to remove unpublished or copyrighted material.
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Slide Presentations from the 16th Annual NATA Symposium
Focused Update: Patient Blood Management in Liver Surgery
Patient blood management (PBM) in hepatic surgery, especially orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT), still presents a formidable challenge although such procedures are performed by experienced surgical and anesthetic teams.
In a Nataonline Focused Update, Prof. Manuel Muñoz, Transfusion Medicine, University of Málaga, Spain, shows that a multidisciplinary PBM program aimed to increase preoperative red cell mass, decrease surgical blood loss, and optimize tolerance to postoperative anemia may result in a substantial reduction of transfusion requirements in liver resections and OLT.
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