04531941 is referenced by 37 patents and cites 6 patents.

A method and apparatus for administering large quantities of blood which has been stored at less than ambient temperatures continuously and rapidly to a patient at physiologically acceptable temperatures and pressures in a short time wherein the blood is continuously directed through a plurality of discrete capillary paths in heat-exchange relationship with a warming medium, the number of said paths being such that the pressure of the blood is not substantially increased, and the blood is rapidly administered directly to a patient.

Title
Method and apparatus for administering blood
Application Number
415817
Publication Number
4531941
Application Date
September 26, 1984
Publication Date
July 30, 1985
Inventor
Gerard A Zasuwa
Redford
MI, US
Agent
Barnes Kisselle Raisch Choate Whittemore & Hulbert
Assignee
Henry Ford Hospital
MI, US
IPC
A61M 1/03
A61M 5/00
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