Original Article

Blood Volume Determinations in Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

Authors: IVAN C. KEEVER, M.D., MALCOLM P. TYOR, M.D., JULIAN M. RUFFIN, M.D.

Abstract

This paper points up the inaccuracies of the hematocrit as a means of calculating blood loss by hemorrhage. Newer methods using radioisotopes are much more dependable.

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