Bloodless surgery seems counter-intuitive, but cardiovascular surgeons at Penrose-St. Francis Health Services make it routine in doing their jobs. Doing so, they say, saves money and lives. “Whenever you have to use blood transfusions, you increase the chance the patient will die,” said Dr. John Mehall, who is part of the cardiovascular and thoracic surgical […]

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