Strategies for bloodless priming of cardiopulmonary bypass circuits in pediatric cardiac surgery

Duc Hoang Doan, Luong Tan Nguyen

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Bloodless cardiopulmonary bypass in paediatric cardiac surgery in patients weighing more than 15 kg can be performed safely and effectively. Incorporating a low-prime volume oxygenator into a revised circuit reduced the need for blood transfusion and allowed us to achieve our desire flow rate of 2.6±0.21 L/min/m2 while maintaining a haematocrit ranging from 28% to 36%.

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