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056CE: Transfusion in Liver Disease with Jeannie Callum

Patients with liver disease receive almost 1 in every 5 blood products transfused in hospitals! Jeannie Callum thinks that’s too much, and shows us how to improve our practice.

055CE: 2017 Critical Developments with Claudia Cohn and Melissa Cushing

“I never KNEW about that paper!” Most of us feel that way when we miss some new fact, especially early in our careers. In this interview, two of the editors of a synopsis of 2016-17 BB/TM literature summarize recent developments you should know.

054: ABO Discrepancies Essentials with Nicole Draper

By popular demand, it’s time for ABO Discrepancies! Nicole Draper gives you three rules that will help you solve most of these cases.

053CE: Alloimmunization is a BIG Word! with Chris Tormey

CE Episode! Alloimmunization has been a mystery for decades, but Chris Tormey has new answers for why patients make antibodies that we wish they didn’t!

052: Patient Blood Management: What Are You Missing? with Aryeh Shander

Modified transfusion thresholds? Got ’em! “Why give 2 when 1 will do?” Sure. But many patients are in trouble even before they arrive! Dr. Shander explains why preoperative anemia is a HUGE issue.

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