JW.ORG MEDICAL LIBRARY jw.org/en/medical-library/
This literature contains numerous reports of complex medical and surgical procedures performed successfully without blood transfusions. (Scroll down for more.)

Medical Information for Clinicians jw.org/en/medical-library/
This section contains citations of peer-reviewed articles from leading medical journals, presenting evidence in support of the use of autologous blood conservation and alternatives to blood transfusion.

Contact Your Local Representative jw.org/en/medical-library/hospital-liaison-committee-hlc-contacts/united-states/
Contact local representatives of the Hospital Liaison Committee Network in your country. This free service is available 24 hours a day to health-care professionals who treat Witness patients.

Medicine and Surgery jw.org/en/medical-library/bloodless-surgery-medicine/
This section includes clinical strategies for managing patients without blood transfusion. Medical Specialties include: 

* Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery
* Cost-Effectiveness of Blood Transfusion Alternatives
* Gastrointestinal Surgery
* Management and Optimization of Hemostasis
* Multimodality, Interdisciplinary, and Individualized Approach
* Surgical Blood Conservation Techniques
* Tolerance of Normovolemic Anemia
* Transplantation
* Hematology (Oncology)
* Intensive and Critical Care
* Obstetrics
* Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
* Orthopedic Surgery
* Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery
* Perioperative Care
* Trauma and Emergency Medicine
* Urology

Pediatrics jw.org/en/medical-library/neonatal-pediatric-medicine-bloodless/
Clinical strategies for managing neonatal and pediatric patients without a blood transfusion.

Diseases and Conditions jw.org/en/medical-library/conditions-blood-transfusion-alternatives/
Clinical strategies for managing specific diseases and conditions without transfusion.

Bioethics and Law jw.org/en/medical-library/blood-transfusion-bioethics-medical-law/
Ethical, legal, and social factors for health-care professionals to consider when treating patients who are Jehovah’s Witnesses.
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