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Graffeo CSevere blood loss anemia in a Jehovah’s Witness treated with adjunctive hyperbaric oxygen therapyDepartment of Emergency Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical SchoolDepartment of Emergency Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School 2013
Franchini MSafety of intravenous tranexamic acid in patients undergoing major orthopaedic surgery: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trialsDepartment of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine, “Carlo Poma” Hospital 2018
Frank SMRisk-Adjusted, Clinical Outcomes in Bloodless Program PatientsThe Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 2014
Frank SMRisk-adjusted clinical outcomes in patients enrolled in a bloodless programThe Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 2014
Manuel Estioko, MDReoperation, emergency and urgent open cardiac surgery in Jehovah's Witnesses.Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Mount Sinai Medical Center 1992
Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of PennsylvaniaReligious and Ethical Position on Medical Therapy and Related MattersWatch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania 2012
Chaturvedi SPreoperative treatment of anemia and outcomes in surgical Jehovah's Witness patientsThe Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 2018
Lawson TPerioperative Jehovah's Witnesses: a reviewDerriford Hospital 2015
Konstantinidis ITPancreas and Liver Resection in Jehovah's Witness Patients: Feasible and SafeMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 2013
Kelly Johnson-Arbor, MDNo Bad Blood—Surviving Severe Anemia Without TransfusionMedStar Georgetown University HospitalNovember 23, 2020
Chand NKManagement of patients who refuse blood transfusionVijayanagara Institute of Medical Sciences 2014
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