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Case Study B7 - ABO/Rh and Antibody Screen Results - Answer (Question 2)
 

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Case Study B7 - ABO/Rh and Antibody Screen Results - Answer (Question 2)

  • Alert the patient's physician that the patient has an unexpected antibody and to immediately stop any transfusion.
    • Severity of reactions varies with volume of blood transfused.
  • Make clinical staff aware that the patient may be experiencing a hemolytic transfusion reaction.
  • Ask if the patient has any of the signs and symptoms of a hemolytic transfusion reaction.
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