Washington: Researchers have developed a new approach to restore nitric oxide (NO) to donated blood, which may help dramatically reduce harmful effects from transfusions.Jonathan Stamler, MD, and colleagues from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine and from Duke University Medical Center report that restoring blood levels of NO in animals prior to transfusion improved their tissue blood flow, oxygen delivery, and kidney function.
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