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The development of alloantibodies can significantly complicate transfusion therapy and results in difficulties in cross-matching of blood.
Antibody detection and identification are performed by testing patient serum or plasma with reagent red cells. Agglutination or hemolysis indicates sensitization of the reagent red cells by an unexpected antibody in the patient's serum. The reagent red cells come with an antigram or antigen profile sheet. The antigram shows the phenotype of each reagent cell used. Antibody detection is performed using an antibody screening test. An antibody screen consists of 2 or 3 group O reagent red cells with known antigen phenotypes.
Do you find detective work exciting? Do you want to improve those skills? Our Antibody Detection and Identification course will guide you through the processes that will help you to expose the antibody that is the culprit. Antibodies must be identified so that appropriate blood products are selected for transfusion and the risk of adverse reaction is minimized. Clinically significant antibodies are capable of causing transfusion reactions, hemolytic disease of the newborn and in severe cases, death. Learning how to be a skilled detective is essential so that you, the clinical laboratory scientist, can prevent those situations from occurring.
Karen M. Byrne, Garrett S. Booth, Jae Y. Lee, Kanaeko R. A year-old, African-American female with sickle cell disease SCD presented for evaluation of pulmonary hypertension.
The aim of the blood transfusion service should be to provide effective blood and blood components, which are as safe as possible and adequate to meet patient's need.
Мы должны пойти на. - Слишком поздно, - сказал Стратмор. Он глубоко вздохнул.
Да. Первая неделя оказалась последней. Солнечный удар и инфаркт.
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