PABD

AcronymDefinition
PABDPreoperative Autologous Blood Donation
PABDPublish and Be Damned
PABDPredeposit Autologous Blood Donation
PABDPreadmission Autologous Blood Donation
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Urethra function, Pabd max, Pves max, and gender were selected as the screening indicators, and cut-off values for Pabd max and Pves max were 14 and 89, respectively (Figure 1).
The results indicated that urethra function in the filling phase was a major predictive variable; also, Pabd max, Pves max, and gender were associated with the occurrence of the UUTD in NGB patients.
In our study, Pabd max and Pves max were valuable predictive variables for risk of UUTD in NGB patients.
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PABD refers to a technique in which the patient's own blood is collected and saved fora period of time before the surgery, and reinfused back during the surgery.
This optimized PABD (adjustment of physical condition by basic treatment, supplement of crystalloid liquid, and intra-operative administration of erythropoietin) is a safe and effective preoperative blood preparation program for patients who are scheduled to undergo elective cardiac surgery.
For the introduction of blood apheresis, including red blood cell, plasma, platelet and peripheral blood stem cell PABDs, a safe and efficient preoperative autologous transfusion technology needs to be established.