We read with great interest the article by Chin et al. [
], which provides compelling information about the heterogeneity in Massive hemorrhage protocols (MHP) among all hospitals in Ontario with a transfusion service.
- Chin V.
- Cope S.
- Yeh C.H.
- Thompson T.
- Nascimento B.
- Pavenski K.
- et al.
Massive hemorrhage protocol survey: Marked variability and absent in one-third of hospitals in Ontario, Canada.
Injury. 2018; 50: 46-53
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