“The more the clinician knows about transfusion medicine, the less they give. The less a clinician knows about transfusion medicine, the more they give.”
The above is a direct quote from renowned medical doctor Aryeh Shander, MD, FCCM, FCCP, FASA based at Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Englewood Hospital and Medical Centre.
There is a perception that blood transfusions are extremely safe and can be used routinely without issue. However, undetectable toxins in the blood may be transmitted from the donor to the patient – and that could result in serious harm or even death.
In the following video interview, Dr Shander discusses the issue of hospitals giving blood transfusions as a routine treatment – often when other, simpler treatments would be far more successful and less risk, such as iron treatment or supplementation for anaemia, for example.
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