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10,475 Possible Causes for Transfuse, [Volume], autologous, blood, whole

  • Exchange Transfusion

    Plasmapheresis Neonatal red cell transfusion Hemolytic disease of the newborn Exchange transfusion in sickle cell disease Neonatal Partial Exchange Transfusion Calculator[] There was rapid clinical improvement after the whole-blood exchange transfusion.[] Abbreviations: BV , blood volume DVE , double volume exchange RBC , red blood cell UAC , umbilical artery catheter UV , umbilical vein UVC , umbilical vein catheter Abstract[] The mean pre-ECT haematocrit of exchange transfused patients with whole blood and reconstituted blood was compatible.[] TSSV-ET was performed for the 52 neonates and the traditional single-stage double-volume exchange transfusion (SSDV-ET) was performed to 52 neonates.[]

  • Blood Product Administration

    Also take these other key actions before you begin the transfusion: Verify that an order for the transfusion exists.[] Improve oxygen transport Volume expansion Provision of proteins Provision of coagulation factors Provision of platelets Indicated fro anemia or acute blood loss Prepared from whole[] Enter the volume of the bags on the Volume tab.[] […] to the blood.[] The number of critical incidents for autologous product seems relatively high.[]

  • Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction

    This case of a hemolytic reaction adds to the known risks of autologous transfusion.[] 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[] Abstract A 67-year-old white woman received transfusions of a total of 87 units of whole blood and red blood cells during and within 48 hours following a pneumonectomy.[] Patients with a small blood volume, such as babies and children, are considered to be at particular risk for such a complication.[] We report the use of automated red blood cell exchange (ARE) to limit hemolysis associated with an emerging DHTR.[]

  • Transfusion Reaction

    ., immunocompromised patients in risk of transfusion-associated graft-versus-host disease, may be transfused.[] […] transfusion [ trans-fu zhun ] the introduction of whole blood or blood components directly into the blood stream.[] Sample Requirements EDTA Requested Volume 7 ml Minimum Volume or Pediatric vol 1-5 years old, 3 ml EDTA; 1 year old, 2 full 0.5 ml EDTA microtainers Requisition Form Report[] Abstract Many renal transplant centres now try to avoid blood transfusion prior to renal transplantation, to avoid alloimmunization due to antibody production against donor[] RESULTS: The anti-IH was reactive at room temperature as well as 37 C, but only weakly reactive with autologous red blood cells. Initial cold agglutinin titer was 512.[]

  • Hypovolemia

    We compared Injury Severity Scores, hemodynamic parameters, fluid and blood transfusion requirements, mortality rate, and hospital course between patients with (FI group)[] CONCLUSION: Whole blood phlebotomy with controlled hypovolemia prior to liver resection seems to be safe and feasible.[] It was hypothesized that splanchnic blood volume loss during LBNP would buffer decreases in thoracic blood volume.[] In such cases, autologous blood can be infused at multiple spinal levels with multiple entries.[] Lost fluid in patients with dehydration is comprised primarily of plasma rather than whole blood as in the trauma patient.[]

  • Bone Marrow Transplant

    It has been hypothesized that transfusion induces subsequent BMT rejection through immunization.[] Microbiological characteristics of isolates, such as sensitivity, carbapenemase gene PCR for P. aeruginosa, and PFGE are described, as well as the whole-genome sequence (WGS[] Humans Lymphoma, Large B-Cell, Diffuse/pathology Lymphoma, Large B-Cell, Diffuse/surgery* Middle Aged Recovery of Function Risk Assessment Severity of Illness Index Stroke Volume[] blood diseases.[] There are many types of HSCTs depending on the source of stem cells as described below: Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation: Autologous stem cell transplants are predicated[]

  • Stem Cell Transplant

    KEYWORDS: Bloodless; HSCT; Hematology-oncology; Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation; Transfusion; Transfusion-free[] KEYWORDS: respiratory syncytial virus; whole-genome sequencing[] Our program is a leader in volume and types of transplants, averaging over 350 transplantations per year, resulting in survival rates consistently exceeding the national survival[] blood cells , which carry oxygen ; and platelets , which help the blood to clot.[] Autologous Transplant: A Guide for Patients and Caregivers Read our guide to autologous stem cell transplants .[]

  • Hetastarch

    Control rats were exchange-transfused with their own blood.[] The thrombelastograph is commonly used to assess point-of-care whole blood coagulation.[] BACKGROUND: The impact of acute preoperative volume loading with colloids on blood volume has not been investigated sufficiently.[] Abstract Cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) exposes blood to artificial surfaces, resulting in mechanical damage to the formed elements of the blood.[] Römpert, R Haisch, G Isgro, F Kasper SM, Strömich A, Kampe S, Radbruch L: Evaluation of a new hydroxyethyl starch solution (HES 130/0.4) in patients undergoing preoperative autologous[]

  • Thalassemia

    In 9 patients with a β 0 /β 0 genotype or two copies of the IVS1-110 mutation, the median annualized transfusion volume was decreased by 73%, and red-cell transfusions were[] We have developed a simple screening format based on whole blood PCR assay.[] In patients receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), the mean corpuscular volume (MCV) can be shifted from microcytic to normocytic or macrocytic after treatment[] During a blood transfusion, a needle is used to insert an intravenous (IV) line into one of your blood vessels. Through this line, you receive healthy blood.[] A multi-indices prediction model achieved perfect accuracy of diagnosing thalassemia using four features, including the optical volume, surface-area-to-volume ratio, sphericity[]

  • Hypovolemic Shock

    The new introduced BD-based classification of hypovolemic shock discriminated transfusion requirements, massive transfusion and mortality rates significantly better compared[] Early recognition of perinatal posthemorrhagic shock is crucial for recovery, and whole blood and plasma expander transfusions should be used immediately.[] , and evaluated the volume difference.[] EMS provider assessment of blood pressure Even though the patient is losing blood and the venous volume and pressure is decreasing, the blood pressure will look relatively[] Intraabdominal blood loss was significantly higher in study group than in control group (1900 mL vs. 300 mL, P 0.001), and autologous blood transfusions were given to 95.24%[]