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TRANSFUSION NEED IN ORTHOGNATHIC surgery - A REVIEW Study n/N %(95% CI) Predonation policy Blau et al. (1992) 17/30 56.7 (37.4;74.5) Moenning et al. (1995) 2/67 3.0 (0.4;10.4) Moenning et al. (1996) 1/88 1.1 (0.0;6.2) Posnick et al. (2010) 2/34 5.9 (0.7;19.7) Total 22/219 15.3 (2.6;46.2) No predonation policy Ash and Mercuri (1985) 6/8 75.0 (34.9;96.8) Stewart et al. (2001) 1/2 50.0 (1.3;98.7) Landes et al. (2008) 0/13 0.0 (0.0;24.7) Kretschmer et al. (2008) 2/36 5.6 (0.7;18.7) Choi et al. (2009) 11/61 18.0 (9.4;30.0) Total 20/120 25.7 (6.4;58.5) Overall total 42/339 % transfusion 20.6 (7.1;43.2) Figure 4. Error-bar chart, bimaxillary surgery without additional surgery; dots representing % of transfusion, blue dots represent study total, red dots represent group total, green dot represents overall total, horizontal lines representing 95% confidence interval; overall % is an estimate using a beta-binomial model. Table 17. Transfusion rate in bimaxillary surgery with additional or complex procedures. Predonation policy Study n/N % 95% CI No predonation policy Ash and Mercuri (1985) 6/8 75 (34.9;96.8) Stewart et al. (2001) 1/2 50 (1.3;98.7) Landes et al. (2008) 0/13 0 (0.0;24.7) Kretschmer et al. (2008) 2/36 5.6 (0.7;18.7) Choi et al. (2009) 11/61 18 (9.4;30.0) 20/120 25.7 (6.4;58.5) Blau et al. (1992) 17/30 56.7 (37.4;74.5) Moenning et al. (1995) 2/67 3 (0.4;10.4) Moenning et al. (1996) 1/88 1.1 (0.0;6.2) Posnick et al. (2010) 2/34 5.9 (0.7;19.7) 22/219 15.3 (2.6;46.2) 42/339 20.6 (7.1;43.2) Total Predonation policy Total Overall total Where n is the number of patient and N is the total number of patient. Table 18. Transfusion rate in bimaxillary surgery with additional or complex procedures; predonation versus no-predonation policy, summary. Bimaxillary surgery with additional or complex procedures 196 Patients (n) Autologous (n) Homologous (n) Predonation policy 219 21 1 22 No predonation policy 120 0 20 20 Total 339 21 21 42 Stoma Edu J. 2017;4(3): 184-199 n° transfused patients http://www.stomaeduj.com