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  • Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction

    The hemolytic transfusion reaction is a potentially severe adverse reaction to blood transfusion that may be divided into acute episodes, occurring during the first 24 hours[] This case demonstrates that significant morbidity may be associated with major ABO-incompatible bone marrow transplantation, that the transfusion of incompatible red cells[] […] transfusion reaction ( T80.A1- ) Rh incompatibility with hemolytic transfusion reaction ( T80.41- ) Hemolytic transfusion reaction, unspecified incompatibility ICD-10-CM[]

  • Transfusion Reaction

    ., immunocompromised patients in risk of transfusion-associated graft-versus-host disease, may be transfused.[] Testing revealed that all 12 units were incompatible for at least 1 antigen.[] This reaction occurred in a patient who met all criteria for electronic crossmatch, resulting in the transfusion of an incompatible red cell unit.[]

  • Febrile Transfusion Reaction

    We conclude that our patient had granulocyte autoantibodies which probably produced febrile transfusion reactions.[] Because fever and chills also herald a severe hemolytic transfusion reaction, all febrile reactions must be investigated as with any transfusion reaction.[] Hemolysis is most common and most severe when incompatible donor RBCs are hemolyzed by antibodies in the recipient’s plasma.[]

  • Fetal Erythroblastosis

    Two intraperitoneal transfusions and one intracardiac transfusion were given within three days but fetal erythroblastosis still progressed to fetal bradycardia and occasional[] Type A or B fetuses carried by type O mothers most commonly develop these reactions.[] Rh incompatibility can cause symptoms ranging from very mild to fatal.[]

  • Blood Product Administration

    Most other transfusion reactions require the transfusion to be stopped immediately. A blood transfusion reaction may occur 24 to 48 hours post-transfusion.[] reaction or shock NOS ( T78.2 ) anaphylactic reaction or shock due to adverse effect of correct medicinal substance properly administered ( T88.6 ) other serum reaction ([] If another IV infusion is to take place after the blood transfusion, a new IV fluid administration set must be used to reduce the risk of incompatible fluids or drugs causing[]

  • Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn with Kell Alloimmunization

    This fetomaternal transfusion occurs in up to 75 % of all pregnancies.[] reactions in the US[] It may occur due to various factors including minor blood group incompatibility also.[]

  • Neonatal Jaundice

    […] h) compared to infants who were not transfused (p 0.001).[] Phototherapy is recommended but it's effects are limited and adverse reactions can occur.[] In conclusion, ABO incompatibility and G6PD deficiency frequently result in neonatal jaundice in Makkah, whereas Rh incompatibility and polycythemia are rare.[]

  • Exchange Transfusion

    Plasmapheresis Neonatal red cell transfusion Hemolytic disease of the newborn Exchange transfusion in sickle cell disease Neonatal Partial Exchange Transfusion Calculator[] Adverse Reactions . Among the most common transfusion reactions are antigen-antibody reactions resulting from blood type incompatibility.[] Early referrals from PHC are pertinent to save new borns with severe RH incompatibility.[]

  • Hydrops Fetalis

    The factors recorded were age of the mothers, gestational weeks, pre-transfusion fetal hematocrit and post-transfusion fetal hematocrit, and also middle cerebral artery peak[] ZIKV-specific real-time polymerase chain reaction amplification products were obtained from extracts of cerebral cortex, medulla oblongata and cerebrospinal and amniotic fluid[] ABO incompatibility hydrops fetalis black Africans Statistics from ABO incompatibility hydrops fetalis black Africans ABO incompatibility is the most common[]

  • Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia

    However, if phototherapy is instituted timeously and at the correct intensity an exchange transfusion can usually be avoided.[] Moreover, as for bronze baby syndrome, which is a well-known adverse reaction to phototherapy, the etiology is unclear.[] We conclude that blood type has no effect on the severity of the hemolytic jaundice in ABO incompatibility.[]