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Medical Association, vol 292, p 1555). For almost 9000 patients who had heart surgery in the UK between 1996 and 2003, receiving a red cell transfusion was associated with three times the risk of dying in the following year and an almost sixfold risk of dying within 30 days of surgery compared with not receiving one. Transfusions were also associated with more infections and higher incidences of stroke, heart attack and kidney failure complications usually linked to a lack of oxygen in body tissues (Circulation, vol 116, p 2544). "There is virtually no high quality study in surgery, or intensive or acute care outside of when you are bleeding to death that shows that blood transfusion is beneficial, and many that show it is bad for you," says Gavin Murphy, a cardiac surgeon at the Bristol Heart Institute, who ran the UK study. Organisations such as the American Society of Anaesthesiologists have started recommending that doctors be more conservative about ordering transfusions