The association between preoperative anemia and postoperative morbidity in pediatric surgical patients: A secondary analysis of a prospective observational cohort study

Heidi M. Meyer*, Alexandra Torborg, Larissa Cronje, Jennifer Thomas, Anisa Bhettay, Johan Diedericks, Celeste Cilliers, Hyla Kluyts, Busisiwe Mrara, Mandisa Kalipa, Bruce Biccard, K. Allopi, U. Singh, P. Diyelela-Ndwandwa, N. Nongqo, B. Ravid, P. Anamourlis, G. Coetzee, M. Dlamini, C. FosterP. Mogane, D. Nel, A. Oosthuizen, L. Redford, R. Murray, C. Basson, J. Joubert, N. Tshifularo, T. Els, J. Orrock, M. Muthambi, T. Matebesi, G. Tshukudu, D. Maela, N. Allorto, J. Bertie, D. Bishop, K. Chetty, M. Grobbelaar, R. Wise, I. von Steiger, P. Nundlal, E. Garoufalias, G. Westcott, J. Davids, C. Rajah, R. Rodseth, C. Cairns, Y. Mzoneli, K. Bhagwan, E. Cloete, M. Jaworska, E. Semenya, O. Porrill, R. Mungar, P. Seonandan, N. Perumal, C. Alphonsus, M. Bosman, A. De Castro, L. Drummond, M. Du Bruyn, P. Govender, T. Hardcastle, Z. Hlangu, P. Jeena, M. Mbuyisa, T. Naidu, J. Sewlall, J. Taylor, K. Timakia, W. Van der Walt, T. Biyase, Z. Khumalo, B. Kusel, I. Mukama, M. Ramburuth, S. Singaram, M. Mbeki, H. Schutte, P. Anderson, B. Dorasamy, P. Kint, S. Goga, L. Cronjé, N. Dube, S. Jithoo, L. Naidoo, L. Naidu, T. Reddy, Y. Saman, D. Rungan, K. Naidoo, K. Kabambi, N. Mgoqo, M. Mofoka, A. Usenbo, C. Chiu, N. Machere, D. Maiwald, G. Davies, T. Serdyn, P. Gokal, N. Dhanjee, M. Wege, S. Govender, S. Tarr, M. Moodley, M. Balkisson, A. Maharaj, S. Ngcobo, N. Rorke, S. Sikhakhane, M. Khumalo, T. Ramsamy, K. Kabongo, W. Kuhn, R. Matos-Puig, R. Naidoo, A. Thotharam, A. Chohan, S. Adam, I. Appel, A. Burke, C. de Vos, S. Gautam, E. Joubert, R. Rautenbach, D. Roytowski, A. Szpytko, E. Brits, G. Naude, J. van Niekerk, Z. Fullerton

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