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Treatment of anaemia has changed substantially since the early 1990s. In trauma, a subset of patients will require a significant volume of blood. Recent military experience has shown the value of "damage control resuscitation". This implies that damage control techniques are used from the time of injury, by minimising the time between injury and care, and providing aggressive control of haemorrhage, prevention of hypothermia and acidosis, optimising haemodynamic management in intensive caredoi:10.4038/sljs.v33i2.8143 fatcat:wip3pltptjga7cinizuf7kbjaa