Advances in veterinary medicine latest volume all volumes search in this book series comparative transfusion medicine edited by susan m cotter volume 36 pages 1 343 1991 download full volume previous volume next volume actions for selected chapters select all deselect all. This work aims to bridge the gap between human and veterinary transfusion medicine it demonstrates how animals have played a vital role in early human transfusions and goes on to cover erythrocytes read more. 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. Background and introduction the history of veterinary transfusion medicine began in 1665 with the first reported transfusion of canine blood from that time to the present day whole blood and blood component administration has been used to treat many disease states and for surgery in veterinary medicine. Human and veterinary transfusion medicine is an area where there has been ongoing research and new developments the way in which blood and transfusion products have been used has been questioned resulting in changes in their use and storage
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