Resuscitation with Blood Products in Patients with Trauma-Related Haemorrhagic Shock Receiving Prehospital Care

The authors conducted a randomized control trial to compare prehospital packed red blood cells and lyophilized plasma (PRBC-LyoPlas) to 0.9% sodium chloride to improve perfusion and reduce mortality after traumatic hemorrhage. The trial did not demonstrate that PRBC-LyoPlas was superior to sodium chloride in the prehospital setting. The authors recommend further research on transfusion protocols and careful consideration before implementing prehospital transfusion programs.
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