Regional registry of patient alloantibodies: first‐year experience

@article{Schwickerath2010RegionalRO,
  title={Regional registry of patient alloantibodies: first‐year experience},
  author={Vicki L. Schwickerath and M. Kowalski and J. Menitove},
  journal={Transfusion},
  year={2010},
  volume={50}
}
BACKGROUND: Delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions (DHTRs) occur when pretransfusion alloantibody screening tests fail to detect previously formed alloantibodies. Hospital transfusion service records maintain historical alloantibody results. However, patients may receive transfusions at more than one hospital leading to dissociation of current and previous results. As such, we designed and implemented a regionally based registry linking patients and historic alloantibody test results with the… Expand
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