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ASCP Blood Bank

Blood Bank

R1R1 DCe/DCe Serum: Anti-E,-c
R2R2 DcE/DcE Serum: Anti-C,-e
rr dce/dce Serum: Anti-C,-E
Most Common Rh negative rr c+ , e+
ACD-A CPD CP2D 21 days
CPDA-1 35 days
AS 1 (adsol) AS 3 (nutricel) AS5 (optisol) 42 days
1 unit RBC (70 kg adult) increase; hgb 1 to 1.5 g/dL, hct 3-5%
Chronic Granolmatous disease (CGD), associated with this antigens? Kell
Mycoplasma pneumoniea, associated with this antigens? I
Infectious Mononucleosis, associated with this antigens? i
Paroxymal Hemoglobinuria, associated with this antigens? P
1 unit platelets should increase the platelet count by: 5k-10k/uL
infant pos DAT for exchange transfusion; 1st mother and 2nd choice of specimen: xmatch blood using eluate from baby's RBC.
frequency calculation 0.00 (Ag frequency) x 0.00 (Ag frequency) x population
HLA Ag typing is important in screening for: a kidney donor
Chronic granulomatous disease depression of which ff Ag? Kell
Created by: Jovbaloco