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This study is designed to explore the correlation between knowledge and attitude in perioperative erythrocyte transfusion in medical personnel.
Inappropriate erythrocyte transfusion is still have high incidence even lots of the transfusion guidelines and researches was launched. Unnecessary or delayed transfusion can cause morbidity and mortality. This study is descriptive research, questionnaire based survey conducted to explore the correlation between knowledge and attitude in perioperative erythrocyte transfusion in medical personnel in Siriraj Hospital.
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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-11-11T17:49:41-0500
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