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Autologe Bluttransfusion

  • V. Sachs

Zusammenfassung

Mit dem Begriff autologe Bluttransfusion wird im folgenden ein Vorgang bezeichnet, bei welchem einem Empfänger im Rahmen einer hämotherapeutischen Behandlung sein eigenes Blut oder Bestandteile desselben übertragen werden. Dieser Vorgang wird in der Literatur mit verschiedenen Namen belegt: Refusion [39], Reinfusion [23], Autoretransfusion [36], Autohämofusion [85], Autotransfusion [106] oder autogene Transfusion.

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