|Red cells are given to improve oxygenation of the tissues. The oxygen supply of a normal, cardiopulmonary stable adult individual with hemoglobin concentration. The ability of compensating anemia by increasing cardiac output and/or oxygen extraction rate in normovolemic mammals has been extensively investigated finding its clinical equivalent in the successful treatment of Jehovahs witnesses. The rationale for transfusing red cells seems to be often emotional instead of evidence based. The treatment of preoperative anemia in elective surgery is another option. However, it can be applied only to a small group of patients, due to limiting factors, such as time, costs and uncertain effect.
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