By Jack Goldstein (Auth.)
Biotechnology of Blood is a compilation of present components of analysis in blood and its elements. concentration is put on the effect that new know-how has on its study. the fabric coated during this booklet can assist the reader to realize standpoint on what's occurring now and the place this may lead when it comes to either examine projects and sensible purposes
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A stan dardized method for each of these approaches has been published (Moroff et al. 1984), with the recognition that each method contains assumptions which can reduce its accuracy. The controversy concerning relative accuracy and problems with single versus double-label methods has been discussed (Moore 1987). To evaluate the single label method independently, Beutler proposed an alternate double label method using 99mTc and fresh red cells to measure blood volumes (Beutler and West 1984). He showed that if the viability was above 80% the two methods gave identical results, but below 80% viability, the single label technique overestimated blood volumes.
Highmore (1874) is credited with bringing the procedure to the attention of the medical profession in a com munication to the journal Lancet in 1874. Thefirstcase report in the Amer ican literature was published by Lockwood (1917) who reinfused 750 ml of blood obtained from the spleen of a patient with Banti's disease. Davis and Cushing (1925) reported use of autotransfusion in 22 patients undergoing intracranial procedures. Tiber (1934) described experience with the tech nique in 123 patients with ruptured ectopic pregnancies.