Transfusion von Blut und Blutderivaten

  • A. Lorentz

Zusammenfassung

Die Risiken, die mit der Transfusion von Blut und Blutderivaten verbunden sind, werden häufig unterschätzt. Komplikationen treten etwa bei 2% aller Bluttransfusionen auf (Brzica 1978; Mollison et al. 1987; Schricker 1988). Diese Komplikationen werden durch immunologische, infektiöse und metabolische Reaktionen verursacht. Ein Risiko in bezug auf metabolische Komplikationen besteht v. a. bei der raschen Infusion großer Mengen an Blut oder Blutkomponenten.

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