Co-administration of pentoxifylline and thiopental causes death by acute pulmonary edema in rats. The red blood cell transfusions are reserved for severe anemia with cardiovascular impact;they are administered carefully slowly and in small daily amounts to avoid fluid overload risk of acute pulmonary edema. Indication, volume to be administered orally or IV:Adapt these volumes according to the clinical condition to avoid dehydration or otherwise fluid overload risk of acute pulmonary edema. Overload: Too rapid transfusion of blood products in patients with heart failure may be the cause of an acute pulmonary edema , which should be prevented by a suitable infusion rate and when indicated by the administration of diuretics.

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