Pearson eText Clinical Laboratory Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine -- Access Card, 1st edition
Published by Pearson (March 13th 2020) - Copyright © 2020
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All the content students need to succeed in a transfusion medicine laboratory.
Clinical Laboratory Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine, 2nd Edition, provides readers with the didactic foundation, background, and tools to successfully function in a typical transfusion medicine laboratory. A blend of theoretical and practical information helps learners analyze and synthesize information and, ultimately, answer questions and solve problems. A running case study illuminates real-world applications, adding relevance for future practitioners.
For courses in blood banking, immunohematology, and transfusion.
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Table of contents
1. The Immune Process: The Origin and Interaction Between Antigens and Antibodies
2. Immunogenetics: The Origin of Antigens
3. Blood Bank Applications of Antigen—Antibody Reactions
4. ABO and Hh Blood Group Systems
5. Rh, RHAG, and LW Blood Group Systems
6. Other Blood Group Systems
7. Pretransfusion and Compatibility Testing
8. Identification of Unexpected Antibodies
9. Donor Selection, Phlebotomy, and Required Testing
10. Blood Products: Preparation, Storage, and Shipment of Blood Components
11. Component Therapy and Massive Transfusion
12. Adverse Reactions to Transfusion
13. Transfusion—Transmitted Infections
14. Perinatal and Neonatal Transfusion Issues
15. Autoimmune and Drug-¿Induced Immune Hemolytic Anemias
16. Platelet Refractory Patients
17. Transfusion Support of Selected Patient Populations
18. Human Histocompatibility
19. Methods in Parentage Testing
20. Transfusion Safety and Regulatory Issues
21. Quality Assurance
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