U.S. Cities Will Not Meet Blood Product Resuscitation Standards During Major Mass Casualty Incidents Results of a THOR-AABB Working Party Prospective

The authors simulated a mass casualty incident in several major U.S. cities to understand how much blood product would be used and whether the blood supply is ready for these events. They found that in the simulation, demand for blood products exceeded supply, and changes to meet demand should be considered.
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