blood products

  1. (2) blood products that are heat treated (and therefore have no risk of HIV and hepatitis)
    albumin and serum globulins
  2. blood to use in low-birthweight infants, bone marrow transplant patients, and other transplant patients
    CMV negative blood
  3. amount of 2,3 DPG in stored blood is _____ than fresh blood
    LOWER (causes left shift/inc O2 affinity)
  4. hemolysis reaction characterized by back pain, chills, tachycardia, fever, hemoglobinuria
    acute hemolysis
  5. causes of acute hemolysis (2)
    ABO incompatibility, antibody mediated
  6. hemolysis reaction which is antibody mediated against minor antigens
    delayed hemolysis
  7. most common transfusion reaction, due to recipient antibody reaction against WBCs in donor blood
    febrile nonhemolytic transfusion reaction
  8. reaction due to IgG against IgA in an IgA deficient recipient. causes bronchospasm, hypotension, urticaria
  9. usual reaction against plasma proteins or IgA
  10. reaction caused by antibodies to recipient's WBCs, causing clots in pulmonary capillaries
    TRALI (transfusion related acute lung injury)
  11. risk of infusion of >10 units of PRBCs
    dilutional thrombocytopenia
  12. electrolyte imbalance common after massive transfusion
  13. risk of repeated platelet transfusions
    anti platelet antibodies
  14. most common bacterial contaminate of blood products
    GNRs (often E. coli)
  15. most commonly contaminated product
    platelets (not refrigerated)
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blood products
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