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Original communication| Volume 4, ISSUE 2, P261-270, August 1938

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Blood transfusion and the storage of blood for emergency procedures

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      Abstract

      Professional or nonprofessional donors can be used for blood transfusion. The blood may be given directly or indirectly and, if the latter method is employed, the blood may be stored and used as needed. The technique of indirect transfusion is not difficult if a simplified apparatus is used.
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