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What could be the cause of low blood pressure if I had two blood transfusions?
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Dr. Dan Fisher
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In brief: Vasodilation
Transient mild decreases in blood pressure during a transfusion are often due to nonspecific factors in the transfused blood which produces peripheral vasodilation.

In brief: Vasodilation
Transient mild decreases in blood pressure during a transfusion are often due to nonspecific factors in the transfused blood which produces peripheral vasodilation.
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