Approaches on the Major Predictors of Blood Transfusion in Cardiovascular Surgery: A Systematic Review

Authors: Maria Christiane Valéria Braga Braile-Sternieri, Eliana Migliorini Mustafa,
Victor Rodrigues Ribeiro Ferreira, Sofia Braile Sabino, Cibele Olegário Vianna Queiroz, Bethina Canaroli Sbardellini, Giovanni Braile Sternieri, Lúcia Angélica Buffulin de Faria, Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho, Domingo Marcolino Braile

ABSTRACT
Introduction: Experimental Clinical studies have shown that loss of up to 77.0% of red cell mass can be tolerated as long as it kept the blood volume. However, the blood volume loss of about 34.0% is fatal. The initial attention in patients with bleeding should be given to maintaining blood volume and oxygen transport. Thus, transfusions of allogeneic blood products are associated with an increased risk of morbidity and mortality in cardiac surgery. Some transfusion risk scores have been proposed for cardiac surgery patients. Objective: To review and discuss literature blood transfusion (blood components gradient) in cardiovascular surgery versus polytrauma, gastrointestinal bleeding, and neoplastic diseases. Methods: The model followed for the review was PRISMA. We used the databases as Scielo, Lilacs, Google Scholar, PubMed articles and works of scientific and doctoral theses master. Results: According to the discussion in the literature, the acute bleeding of large volumes is challenging to emergency services. Accordingly, the need to support hemotherapeutics led to the development of protocols for more rational utilization of the monitored blood components. Conclusion: Hemotherapy services have adopted a very dynamic approach to the clinical condition presented by patients, the need for four or more red blood cell units.

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Journal: Health
DOI: 10.4236/health.2019.114033

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