La trasfusione di sangue

storia, etica e diritto.

Translated title of the contribution: Blood transfusion: history ethic and law

Paola Frati, Gianluca Montanari Vergallo, Natale Mario Di Luca

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Abstract

The paper outlines the stages of the history of blood transfusion from the earlier attempts and difficulties to the important discoveries of the early XX century and to recent developments, that have made blood transfusion an easy life-saving method. The authors also examine the ethical motivations underlying transfusion refusal as well as the economical measures of solidarity contained in the Italian law n. 210/1992 to protect HIV HCV or HBV patients, especially those having contracted infection because of mandatory vaccinations or infected blood transfusions.

Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)769-802
Number of pages34
JournalMedicina nei secoli
Volume17
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Frati, P., Vergallo, G. M., & Di Luca, N. M. (2005). La trasfusione di sangue: storia, etica e diritto. Medicina nei secoli, 17(3), 769-802.

La trasfusione di sangue : storia, etica e diritto. / Frati, Paola; Vergallo, Gianluca Montanari; Di Luca, Natale Mario.

In: Medicina nei secoli, Vol. 17, No. 3, 2005, p. 769-802.

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Frati, P, Vergallo, GM & Di Luca, NM 2005, 'La trasfusione di sangue: storia, etica e diritto.', Medicina nei secoli, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 769-802.
Frati P, Vergallo GM, Di Luca NM. La trasfusione di sangue: storia, etica e diritto. Medicina nei secoli. 2005;17(3):769-802.
Frati, Paola ; Vergallo, Gianluca Montanari ; Di Luca, Natale Mario. / La trasfusione di sangue : storia, etica e diritto. In: Medicina nei secoli. 2005 ; Vol. 17, No. 3. pp. 769-802.
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