Impact of Incorporating Whole Blood into Hemorrhagic Shock Resuscitation Analysis of 1377 Consecutive Trauma Patients Receiving Emergency-Release Un

The authors reviewed the use of whole blood for resuscitation after trauma to understand how it affected survival. They analyzed outcomes for 1,377 patients and found that whole blood transfusion for hemorrhagic shock was associated with better survival and fewer overall blood transfusions.
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