Secondary erythrocytosis occurs in Eisenmenger syndrome as opposed to polycythaemia. Haemoglobin levels can be quite high and levels such as 22 g/L are common.

Phlebotomy is commonly used to treat polycythemia, and to treat the hyperviscosity. So, is there a role for this in the secondary erythrocytosis of Eisenmenger syndrome?

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