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Approaches to serological problems in the hospital transfusion service

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Published by American Association of Blood Banks in Arlington, Va .
Written in English


  • Compatibility testing (Hematology) -- Congresses.,
  • Blood -- Transfusion -- Congresses.,
  • Blood Grouping and Crossmatching -- congresses.,
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Statementeditors, Steven R. Pierce, Janet Kay Wilson.
ContributionsPierce, Steven R., Wilson, Janet Kay., American Association of Blood Banks., Approaches to Serological Problems in the Hospital Transfusion Service Technical Workshop (1985 : Miami, Fla.)
LC ClassificationsRB45.5 .A66 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 138 p. ;
Number of Pages138
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2537678M
ISBN 100915355108
LC Control Number85018593

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