Transfusion Medicine Illustrated. Visual inspection: an important step in transfusion safety.

Abstract

Upon receipt from the blood provider, an allogeneic, blood group A D+unit was noted to have numerous large and small aggregates of red blood cells. The unit was set aside in quarantine as per standard operating procedures. Further workup revealed resolution of the agglutination upon warming and a negative direct antiglobulin test. The limited amount of… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1537-2995.2010.02606.x

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@article{Pesek2010TransfusionMI, title={Transfusion Medicine Illustrated. Visual inspection: an important step in transfusion safety.}, author={Gina A. Pesek and Lynn K. Porter and Jessica D. Young and Michele K Fox}, journal={Transfusion}, year={2010}, volume={50 4}, pages={752} }