Important Announcement!

NoBlood, in its present form, will been retired as of June 30, 2018.

The resources required to operate and maintain this site
in a manner that it deserves are no longer available.

To the thousands who — for 22 years — have helped
to make this service possible, thank you!

Please direct any inquires to larry AT eitelmedia DOT com.

  • About Us

    What We Do
    Our community investigates, reports, and discusses the latest techniques in transfusion alternatives and appropriate blood management.
    Why We Do It
    To address the medical desirability of reducing or eliminating the use of blood and blood products and provide information for individuals who have religious or other objections to blood transfusion.

    How We Do It
    Our community seeks to achieve this in the following four ways:

    1. Educating by means of a community-built and maintained knowledge base of professional expertise and evidence-based trends.
    2. Collaborating among health care organizations, dedicated professionals and the general public to advance bloodless medicine and blood management strategies.
    3. Assisting individuals to prepare for medical emergencies.
    4. Publicizing by adapting and preparing information for international distribution.

    What You Can Do
    You can participate in this community in any of the following ways:

    • Contributing relevant articles, abstracts, pictures and media.
    • Participating in public and private professional discussions areas.
    • Publicizing by adapting and preparing information for international distribution.
    • Donating any amount you can possibly spare to help this community advance its mission.
  • NoBlood Answers

    New Feature!

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    SHARE your facts, opinions and personal experience.

    DISCOVER the best answers chosen by Healthcare Professionals and the Public.

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