A 'dangerous' group O donor: severe hemolysis in all recipients of organs from a donor with multiple red cell alloantibodies.

@article{Shortt2008AG,
  title={A 'dangerous' group O donor: severe hemolysis in all recipients of organs from a donor with multiple red cell alloantibodies.},
  author={Jake Shortt and Glen Philip Westall and David J. Roxby and J W Chen and Gregory Ian Snell and Mark N. Polizzotto and Geoff Magrin and A Webb and A. M. Street and Marija Borosak and Erica M Wood and Merrole F. Cole-Sinclair},
  journal={American journal of transplantation : official journal of the American Society of Transplantation and the American Society of Transplant Surgeons},
  year={2008},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={711-4}
}
Alloimmune hemolysis is a recognized but infrequent complication of solid organ transplantation, particularly where there is incompatibility within the ABO blood group system. We describe severe hemolysis due to passenger lymphocyte syndrome (PLS) in all three recipients of organs from a single donor with multiple red cell (RC) alloantibodies. The first… CONTINUE READING