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Table 7. Transfusion rate after bimaxillary surgery without additional procedures, predonation policy. Predonation policy Study Predonation policy n/N % Hegtvedt et al. (1987) 41/96 42.7 (32.7;53.2) Moenning et al. (1995) 1/33 3 (0.1;15.8) Guyuron et al. (1996) 12/20 60 (36.1;80.9) Puelacher et al. (1998) 37/45 82.2 (67.9;92.0) Lenzen et al. (1999) 69/69 100 (94.8;100.0) Rohling et al. (1999) 23/127 18.1 (11.8;25.9) Felfernig-Boehm et al. (2001) 3/30 10 (2.1;26.5) Gong et al. (2002) 16/83 19.3 (11.4;29.4) Nkeke et al. (2005) 3/56 5.4 (1.1;14.9) Kessler et al. (2006) 7/65 10.8 (4.4;20.9) Böttger S. (2007) 66/82 80.5 (70.3;88.4) Lassacher (2008) 1/55 1.8 (0.0;9.7) 63/208 30.3 (24.1;37.0) 342/969 39 Rummasak et al. (2011) Total 95% CI (22.8; 57.4) The overall transfusion rates are estimated using a probit-normal model. Where n is the number of patient and N is the total number of patient. Table 8. Transfusion rate after bimaxillary surgery without additional procedures, predonation policy. Predonation policy Study n/N % 95% CI No predonation policy Golia et al. (1985) 0/4 0 (0.0;60.2) Ash and Mercuri (1985) 4/20 20 (5.7;43.7) Fromme et al. (1986) 35/56 62.5 (48.5;75.1) Lessard et al. (1989) 15/52 28.8 (17.1;43.1) Samman et al. (1996) 78/291 26.8 (21.8;32.3) Yu et al. (2000) 1/21 4.8 (0.1;23.8) Umstadt et al. (2000) 2/66 3 (0.4;10.5) Carry et al. (2001) 0/24 0 (0.0;14.2) Stewart et al. (2001) 9/27 33.3 (16.5;54.0) Panula et al. (2001) 31/91 34.1 (24.5;44.7) Dhariwal et al. (2004) 9/115 7.8 (3.6;14.3) Ueki et al. (2005) 0/29 0 (0.0;11.9) Landes et al. (2008) 2/70 2.9 (0.3;9.9) Kretschmer et al. (2008) 0/91 0 (0.0;4.0) Varol et al. (2009) 0/45 0 (0.0;7.9) Fenner et al. (2009) 0/105 0 (0.0;3.5) Garg (2011) 0/125 0 (0.0;2.9) Karimi et al. (2012) 1/32 3.1 (0.1;16.2) 187/1264 12.5 (5.6;24.0) 529/2233 23.8 (14.8;35.1) Total Overall total TRANSFUSION NEED IN ORTHOGNATHIC surgery - A REVIEW The overall transfusion rates are estimated using a probit-normal model. Where n is the number of patient and N is the total number of patient. Stomatology Edu Journal 191