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If you have concerns that you feel have not been answered or addressed already, you have every right to ask:

1

 
I have heard it is important that there are no abnormalities in my blood, are there any additional investigations that I should have done? 

Why ask this Question?

This gives your doctor an opportunity to give you more information. If he or she doesn’t, ask question 2.

   

2 

 
Am I likely to have any problems with bleeding and anaemia before, during or after the procedure? 

Why ask this Question?

If you feel you haven’t received an adequate answer, you could now mention what you know about Patient Blood Management.

   

3

 

Who is my Patient Blood Management Co-ordinator? 
Why ask this Question?

If you don't have a Patient Blood Management Co-ordinator already, you should ask your doctor to see if one can be engaged for your procedure.

 

 Why Your Blood is Important

“Our own blood is still the best thing to have in our veins”. Tim Frenzel

Why Your Blood is Important

What Your Doctor Should Tell You

Your doctor should make sure you are aware of these important facts.

What Your Doctor Should Tell You

How to manage the doctor/patient relationship

There are some practical things you can do to manage the doctor/patient relationship.

How to manage the doctor/patient relationship

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