Mom who needed 117-liter transfusion out of hospital and doing well

04/13/2012 | KSAT-TV (San Antonio)

A Texas woman and her baby are doing well after a February delivery that involved the transfusion of 117 liters of blood at UT Medicine San Antonio. Hospital staff were among those who scrambled to donate blood. The woman suffered particularly severe complications from the condition placenta percreta, which affects 1% of pregnancies.

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