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Blood Type/trans

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Most common type of blood type in felines: A
Purebred feline blood types are usually: B
Feline blood types: A, B, A/B
__ is the universal recipient bld type for cats A/B
Cats have no ____ donor : universal donor
Feline donor requirements: 10#>, neutered, vax, PCV ~35%
Feline donor can provide ___ml of blood every 4-5 weeks : 60ml
Blood transfusions are done at a rate of ___ then increased up to___ *1ml/kg/15-20min *22ml/kg/hr
Blood transfusions are given for no longer than __hrs : 4HRS
Ace can cause ___ Hypolension /Low BP
The most common anticoagulant system is___ given at _: *ACD *1ml ACD/9ml blood
Define: Acid citrate dextrose
Greyhounds and pit bulls are most common ___ donor : Universal donor
What are the 2 types of collection systems? Closed system and open system
Giving the wrong blood type will cause : Intravascular hemolysis
A PCV can remain normal for __hrs after acute bld loss and do not indicate ___: 6hrs *Transfusion
Indications for blood transfusions : Severe blood loss, chronic anemia, coagulation defects, autoimmune hemolytic anemia
The most common k-9 blood type is ___ and considered universal ___: *1.1+ *recipient
K-9 universal donor types are: 1.1 –
k-9 universal recipient type : 1.1 +
k-9 universal donor type: 1.1-
_% of dogs are either DEA __ or __ *60% *1.1+/1.2+
Major crossmatching: Recpt serum to donor RBC’s
Minor crossmatch: Donor serum to Recpt Rbc’s
K-9 donor requirements: 55#> , 1-8yrs ,PCV40%,
Donor must be tested for Reckettsial diseases every __ months : 6 months
Whole blood is : less than 8 hours
Purpose of a blood transfusion: Provide increase O2
K-9 RBC lifespan: 110 days
Feline RBC lifespan: 70 days
a unit of blood is : 250ml
Coagulopathy, severe life threating bleeding: Plasma
actively bleeding, accute hemorrhage: Whole blood
Stored whole blood: >8 hours up to 30 days: contains plasma protein only
Fresh frozen plasma: >12 months , has all clotting factors
Fresh plasma: albumin/stabile factors
Plasma coantains all clotting factors exect___ Plt's
Plt rich plasma is harvest from: fresh whole blood less than 8 hours old
k-9 donor formula: Lean # in kg X 99=
Fel donor formula: Lean # in kg X 66=
Generally __% of a donors blood can be collected 10% : kg x 99 x .10
Leukemia and Hypoproteinemia do not require ___ Transfusions
Created by: brit_2112
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