Efficacy of resuscitative infusion with hemoglobin vesicles in rabbits with massive obstetric hemorrhage
Hemoglobin vesicles have been developed as artificial oxygen carriers. They have the potential to serve as a substitute for red blood cell transfusion. In a study, rabbits received isovolemic fluid resuscitation with an equivalent volume of hemorrhage every 5 minutes. Hemoglobin vesicle infusion may be effective in the initial management of massive obstetric hemorrhage.