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Blood Components

Blood Components: RBCs By:- Efe, Solomon, ' Mayur Prof: Joseph Enchill

Diseases and Viruses avoidedHepatitis A, HepatitisB, Hepatitis C, HIV (type I ' II), Human T- Lymphotropic virus I, West Nile Virus, Babesiosis, Malaria, SyphilisBlood Products able to be made - whole blood- RBCs, Packed cells- Leukocyte Reduced RBCs- Washed RBCs- RBCs Frozen; RBCs Deglycerolized- Deglycerolyzed donor unit, removal of glycerol- Rejuvenated RBCs

Antigens and antibodies present

ADVERSE TRANSFUSION REACTIONSHEMOLYTIC TRANSFUSION REACTIONS. 1. INTRAVASCULAR 2. EXTRAVASCULAR3. SEPSIS.4. ANAPHYLACTIC

Storage temperature1-6 C CPD - 21 daysCPD-A1 - 35 daysPreservatives Adenine - RBCs can synthesis ATP storage, improves viability.Dextrose- support ATP generation by glycolytic pathwayCitrate- prevents coagulation

References1. Blaney, K.D.,& Howard, P.R.(2013). Basic & Applied concepts of Blood banking and transfusion practices (3rd ed.) Missouri: Mosby, Inc.2. www.yahoo.com/transfusin reaction images results3. http:// www.austincc.edu/mlt/bb/bblect2componentsSpo8.pdf 4. http://www.trnsfusionguidelines.org.uk/?Publication=HTM&Section=9&pageid=1105. http://flipper.diff.org/app/items/5407


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