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Curr. Opin. , 1(6), 457–461. of adequately cross-matched blood. However, blood substitutes could offer further advantages in added safety in regard to infection risk and more efficient delivery of oxygen to tissue. The potential for benefit in the developing countries is especially promising, as many of these countries lack the sophisticated blood banking systems of the developed world, not to mention a reduced number of qualified donors. The full impact of a red blood substitute cannot be fully assessed until one or more products are available for clinical use, because any benefit will be balanced against any shortcomings such as side effects and limited intravascular persistence.
Blood Substitutes by Ryan W. Davis, Mitchell S. Komaiko, Barry D. Pressman