Blood Transfusion in Infants

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The medical conditions in which transfusion is required, types of transfusions, and host response to transfused cells are different in neonates and infants than in adults. As a result, certain features and complications of transfusion are more important. This article explores key aspects of these differences, indications for transfusion therapy, and possible actions blood banks can take to improve transfusion safety and efficacy.

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