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- Describe the differences between whole blood and component replacement for hemorrhagic shock resuscitation.
- Describe the logistical, legal and clinical road blocks to implementing a whole blood program.
- Describe the needed improvements to make component therapy more “equivalent” to whole blood resuscitation.
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