'Blood transfusion in obstetric haemorrhage'. Correspondence in which Fitzgerald asks if it is not oversimplifying the problem of circulating blood volume to attribute everything to blood loss in which the treatment is purely blood transfusion. He believed that insufficient credit was given to how the body itself dealt with haemorrhage and that more research needed to be carried out on the subject.British Medical Journal, 2 November 1957.
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