By Natália Cancian, Folha de S. Paulo 2015/12/22 The measures occur after the Blood Center of Unicamp (University of Campinas) report on Tuesday (15), a patient was infected by zika virus after receiving blood transfusion from a donor with the disease. According to Folha revealed, an examination of the Adolfo Lutz Institute confirmed the infection,…

What happens with the bags you donate By Cristiane Segatto, special reporter from Revista Época (17/06/2011),,EMI242291-15230,00-A+INDUSTRIA+DO+SANGUE.html

The necessity to find a substance capable of substituting blood is so great that many consider this possible substitute as the “holy graal” of traumatology. By: Marcos Camargo Knirsch, Bronislaw Polakiewicz and Attilio Converti Published on 09/24/2015 | Updated on 09/25/2015

In Nature, , Emily Anthes has collected evidences that the procedure is one of the most applied treatments all over the world, it is expensive and, most important, is potentialy dangerous. By: Sarah Zhang (April 2nd 2015)

FOLHA DE SÃO PAULO 18/03/2013 Kevin Sack do “New York Times”

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014 Students of Integrated Care Multiprofessional Residency from Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul and health care professionals attended, on November 25th, the lecture: “Therapeutic options to blood transfusions: a worldwide necessity.” Video Interview with the lecturer Dr. Antonio Alceu dos Santos

Donated blood loses gases which transfer oxygen to the tissues. Heart attack and stroke incidences are higher in those who have received blood transfusion.. Ciência e Saúde/Sangue: 09/10/2007,,MUL146947-5603,00.html

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