TraQ Program of the BC PBCO

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Case Study B2 - Case Discussion

Question 1

What additional testing should be done on the specimen?


Question 2

What is the minimal positive grading for the reverse grouping cells to be considered positive?


Question 3

What is the probable reason for this discrepancy?


Question 4

What is the follow-up when, after performing routine investigation, a valid reverse group cannot be obtained or explained?


Question 5

When a reverse grouping remains un resolved (i.e., reactions in the reverse group are still less than 2+) what additional testing must always be performed when crossmatched blood is required?


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