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Blood transfusion equipment. Blood dripping from a blood bag (not seen) into a reservoir, before being added to a patient's bloodstream. Blood transfusions are carried out to replace blood in people with blood disorders, or those who have lost blood through trauma or surgery. The blood group and type needs to be matched to that of the patient. Common blood disorders that can require regular transfusions include thalassaemia, anaemia and haemophilia.
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