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Blood Bank

Special Transfusions Blood Donor Process

Emergency transfusion are for patients when 20% or more of blood volume is lost
When is a transfusion considered massive? one or more total blood volumes with in 24 hours
IHTR or HTR Immediate Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction. Transfusion of incompatible RBC
What are signs of IHTR chills, fever,hemoblobinuria, bleeding, hypotension. May cause shock, renal failure and DIC
FNHTR Febrile non-hemolytic transfusion reaction. 1 degree rise in temp in C
TRALI Transfusion related to Lung Injury.
TACO Transfusion Associated Circulatory Overload
DTR Delayed Transfusion Reaction. Occur up to 2 weeks from transfusion. Usually mild.
Graft v.s. Host lymphs in donor to attack recipient. causes pancytopenia.
What are specimens to collect after a blood transfusion reaction. Purple- DAT, ABO, RH, ABSC Red/Yellow-indirect bilirubin. 1st voided urine
Interval of blood donating every 8 weeks
People who donate, information is retained for 5 years.
Blood donation is allowed _____weeks following a birth. 6 weeks
Physical exam to donate blood minimum 16 years old. Hematocrit 38%. Weigh 110 lbs. Oral temp limit 99.6 F or 37.5 C.
How much blood is collected in a average unit 450 ml blood to 63 ml of anticoagulant.
What guage needle is use for blood donation 16-18 guage
Test preformed on donated blood Abo, Rh, ABSC, RPR, Hep, HIV, West nile.
What are some temporary deferals Vaccinations, Tattoos, Incarceration, occupational blood exposure all one year
Created by: Kateskate