Haemostasis in Spine Surgery

Haemostasis in Spine Surgery

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Blood loss in spine surgery is a significant and very common problem connected with all kinds of surgical procedures. An international faculty of authors provide a comprehensive survey on the research and evidence about blood sparing in spine surgery. This publication fills a gap in the spinal literature and provides invaluable data for all those confronted with blood loss during surgical procedures on the spine.

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Published 01 January 2005
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EAN13 3540273948
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INTRODUCTION
REVIEWS
PRE-OPERATIVE MEASURES TO REDUCE BLOOD LOSS
PERI-OPERATIVE MEASURES TO REDUCE BLOOD LOSS
Contents
Research and evidence about blood sparing in spine surgery ..................... M. Szpalski, R. Gunzburg, M. Aebi, and R. Weiskopf
Blood loss in adult spinal surgery................................................................ S.S. Hu
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Blood loss in pediatric spine surgery............................................................. 6 F. Shapiro and N. Sethna With 6 Tables
An overview of blood-sparing techniques used in spine surgery during the perioperative period.................................................................... 18 M. Szpalski, R. Gunzburg, and B. Sztern
What is the evidence for using hemostatic agents in surgery?.................... 28 B.L. Erstad With 1 Table
Predeposit autologous donation in spinal surgery: a multicentre study....................................................................................... 34 J. A. García-Erce, M. Muñoz, E. Bisbe, M. Sáez, V.M. Solano, S. Beltrán, A. Ruiz, J. Cuenca, J. Vicente-Thomas With 1 Figure and 5 Tables
Preoperative erythropoietin in spine surgery ............................................... 40 M.J. Colomina, J. Bagó, F. Pellisé, C. Godet, and C. Villanueva With 2 Figures and 7 Tables
Positioning on surgical table........................................................................ 50 C. Schonauer, A. Bocchetti, G. Barbagallo, V. Albanese, and A. Moraci With 2 Figures
Aprotinin and major orthopedic surgery...................................................... 56 C.M. Samama With 2 Tables
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TECHNICAL NOTES
POST-OPERATIVE MEASURES TO REDUCE BLOOD LOSS
Tranexamic acid for major spinal surgery ................................................... D.T. Neilipovitz With 1 Table
Controlled hypotension for spinal surgery .................................................. R. P. Dutton With 1 Table
Acute normovolemic hemodilution ............................................................. D. Murray With 1 Table
Hemoglobin substitutes................................................................................ K.K. Anbari, J.P. Garino, and C.F. Mackenzie With 2 Figures
The use of recombinant activated coagulation factor VII for spine surgery .......................................................................................... R.B. Weiskopf With 4 Figures
The use of local agents: bone wax, gelatin, collagen, oxidized cellulose......................................................................................... C. Schonauer, E. Tessitore, G. Barbagallo, V. Albanese, and A. Moraci With 3 Tables
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The use of fibrin sealants at spinal surgery ................................................... 97 D. Stoltze and J. Harms With 8 Figures
The use of local agents: Surgicel and Surgifoam ........................................ 103 M. Sabel and W. Stummer With 5 Figures
A new simplified technique for producing platelet-rich plasma: a short technical note ................................................................................... 108 S. Marlovits, M. Mousavi, C. Gäbler, J. Erdös, and V. Vécsei With 4 Figures
Transfusion of post-operative shed blood: laboratory characteristics and clinical utility ............................................... 113 M. Muñoz, J.J. García-Vallejo, M.D. Ruiz, R. Romero, E. Olalla, and C. Sebastián With 3 Tables