When to administer blood or haematogenous preparations?

Reccomendations Blood derivatives
Anaemias
0 blood loss
1 haemolysis
1. red blood cells concentrate
2. whole blood
Massive haemorrhages 1. whole blood
2. plasma + red blood cells concentrate
Warfarin intoxications 1. plasma
2. whole blood
Haemophilia A 1. cryoprecipitate
2. plasma
3. whole blood
Haemophilia B 1. plasma
2. whole blood
Von Willebrandt disease 1. cryoprecipitate
2. plasma
3. whole blood
Thrombocytopenia 1. thrombocytes concentrate
2. fresh whole blood
DIC (disseminated intravascular coagulation) 1. plasma
2. whole blood
Hypoproteinemia 1. plasma
2. whole blood
Raising immunity of newborn pups 1.