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Red cell aggregation in dextrose solutions
  1. J. H. Jones1,
  2. G. S. Kilpatrick,
  3. E. H. Franks2
  1. Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff

    Abstract

    Red blood cells aggregated by 5% dextrose solutions are rapidly destroyed in the circulation, as demonstrated by radio-chromium studies. Possible mechanisms are discussed.

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    • 1 Present address: Department of Pathology, Royal General Hospital, Newport, Mon.

    • 2 Department of Anaesthetics, Royal Infirmary, Dundee.

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