Autologous blood transfusions in orthognathic surgery: a necessity. Naval 1 , R. Sastre 1. Daily medical care can be simplified by saving blood, and the quality of care improved from the point of view of morbidity and safety. The economic and social cost can be reduced for patients and for health professionals such as anesthetists, surgeons, and for the blood banks and teams directing private and public hospitals.
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