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by Susan M. Cotter

eBook Comparative Transfusion Medicine (Advances in Veterinary Medicine) (v. 36) download ISBN: 0120392364
Author: Susan M. Cotter
Publisher: Academic Pr (December 1, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 343
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Comparative Transfusion Medicine describes the role of animals as donors in early human transfusions. Organized into 11 chapters, the book focuses on specific animal models of human hematologic diseases. After briefly dealing with the history of transfusion in medicine, the book discusses erythrocytes, white cells, platelets, and coagulation in various animal species, and then describes specific animal models of human hematologic diseases. It then considers the progress in bone marrow transplantation by pioneering histocompatibility studies of dogs.

This text bridges the gap between human and veterinary transfusion medicine. The historical aspects show clearly how animals played an integral role, even as donors in early human transfusions. Cahpters on erythrocytes, white cells, platelets, and coagulation contain information pertaining to all species, but also describe specific animal models of human heamatologic diseases.

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The final section covers transfusion medicine in equine, food animals, birds, small mammals, reptiles .

The final section covers transfusion medicine in equine, food animals, birds, small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and primates. Veterinarians and veterinary technicians who wish to incorporate transfusion medicine and blood banking into their practices will find the Manual of Veterinary Transfusion Medicine and Blood Banking an instrumental resource. Provides evidence-based information on transfusion medicine and blood banking practices. Presents sections on recipient screening, donor selection, blood collection and storage, and how to meet blood product demands.

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Veterinary Vaccines and Diagnostics (Advances in Veterinary Medicine, Volume 41. BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Haematology and Transfusion Medicine (BSAVA British Small Animal Veterinary Association).

2 In other words, it relates and leverages biological similarities and differences among species to better understand the mechanism of human and animal disease

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46 Getting the Most Out of the Evidence for Transfusion Medicine 520 Simon J. Stanworth, Susan J. Brunskill, Carolyn Dorée and Sally Hopewell.

43 Recent Advances in Clinical Cellular Immunotherapy 490 Mark W. Lowdell and Emma Morris. 44 Tissue Banking 500 Akila Chandrasekar, Paul Rooney and John N. Kearney. 46 Getting the Most Out of the Evidence for Transfusion Medicine 520 Simon J. 47 A Primer on Biostatistics 533 Andrew W. Shih and Nancy M. Heddle. 48 A Primer on Health Economics 549 Seema Kacker and Aaron A. R. Tobian.

This text bridges the gap between human and veterinary transfusion medicine. The historical aspects show clearly how animals played an integral role, even as donors in early human transfusions. Cahpters on erythrocytes, white cells, platelets, and coagulation contain information pertaining to all species, but also describe specific animal models of human heamatologic diseases. This reference should be useful to both veterinarians involved in research or in clinical transfusions, and to physicians and other scientists using animals in research.