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doi: 10.1097/01.anes.0000452343.92265.59
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An analysis of malpractice claims associated with massive hemorrhage from the Anesthesia Closed Claims Project appears in this issue of ANESTHESIOLOGY. Hemorrhage claims were most common in obstetrics and spine surgery. Lack of timely diagnosis, transfusion, and return to the operating room were common factors among these claims. (Cover photo: J.P. Rathmell; cover illustration: A. Johnson, Vivo Visuals.)
* Scavone and Tung: The Transfusion Dilemma: More, Less, or More Organized?, p. 439
* Dutton et al.: Massive Hemorrhage: A Report from the Anesthesia Closed Claims Project, p. 450

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