Jehovah's Witness Patients May Not Accept Blood-Related Meds

Jehovah's Witness patients may require "bloodless medicine" strategies to prevent and treat anemia.

This can be tricky. We know bleeding is relatively common in hospitals...especially in surgery or trauma patients.

And blood products are part of our arsenal for preventing and treating big drops in hemoglobin, which must be kept above a certain level to ensure organs receive enough oxygen.

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