Preoperative anemia versus blood transfusion: Which is the culprit for worse outcomes in cardiac surgery?

Preoperative anemia versus blood transfusion: Which is the culprit for worse outcomes in cardiac surgery?

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Preoperative anemia versus blood transfusion: Which is the culprit for worse outcomes in cardiac surgery?
LaPar DJ, Hawkins RB, McMurry TL, Isbell JM, Rich JB et al.; Investigators for the Virginia Cardiac Services Quality Initiative.
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2018 Jul;156(1):66-74
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