Exchange transfusion is a potentially life-saving procedure that is done to counteract the effects of serious jaundice or changes in the blood due to diseases such as sickle cell anemia.
The procedure involves slowly removing the patient's blood and replacing it with fresh donor blood or plasma.
An exchange transfusion requires that the patient's blood be removed and replaced. In most cases, this involves placing one or more thin...Read more
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