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Biomedical Ethics for Jehovah’s Witnesses and Patient Blood Management

Cho S

Jehovah’s Witnesses refuse blood transfusions according to religious beliefs, and for this reason, most hospitals and doctors have refused their treatment. There are more than 100,000 religious people in Korea,...
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Surgical Experience of Posterior Fossa Meningioma in a Jehovah’s Witnesses Patient

Eom KS

Unexpected bleeding is a common complication that can occur during surgery. This unexpected bleeding can be managed by checking the patients’ preoperative hemodynamic state or by autologous transfusion of an...
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Successful Intraoperative Management to Minimize Blood Loss Using the Combination of Tranexamic Acid and Hemocoagulase for Jehovah’s Witnesses Patient with Liver Cirrhosis

Yoo JH, Kim GT, Oh HC

A 78-year-old Jehovah’s Witnesses women with hepatitis B viral liver cirrhosis scored as Child-Pugh A was scheduled for debulking operation of peritoneal carcinomatosis due to right ovarian cancer. Despite the...
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How to approach orthognathic surgery in patients who refuse blood transfusion

Lee SH, Kim DG, Shin HS

Background Some patients who need surgery refuse a blood transfusion because of their religious beliefs or concerns about blood-borne infections. In recent years, bloodless surgery has been performed successfully in...
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