However because of possible litigations and accountability fears, especially in private and military hospitals, majority of patients have blood typing and screening, in addition to one or two units of blood crossmatched
The data provided by technical people are crossmatched
with the reports submitted by our police units.
Sera were obtained from 64 recipients who were routinely crossmatched
against either cadaveric or related living donors (September 2009--August 2010).
Previously transfused dogs should be crossmatched
prior to subsequent transfusions, even if the transfusion is from the previous donor.
In this study, we (1) determined the cutoff values of DSA strength as predictors of XM results from proficiency test samples, and (2) validated those cutoff values in a pool of candidates for renal transplant who were crossmatched
with potential, living donors.
A RCOG spokeswoman said clinics that crossmatched
blood were 'going over the top' because just 0.
Available Products: Lists any products assigned or crossmatched
to the patient
The American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) suggests that blood bank managers do this by monitoring specific statistical data, such as the ratios of crossmatched
to transfused (C:T) red blood cell (RBC) units and the percentages of RBC units that expire (outdate) before those units are utilized.
Thus, the advantage of this policy for us is that identification remains the same during the period of hospitalization, and previously crossmatched
units within 72-hour periods are not required to be re-crossmatched
with the new sample unless an unexpected red-cell antibody is detected.
More significant, when an AB unit of blood was crossmatched
by immediate spin against group A recipient specimens, the false-negative rate was 3.
Problem: Hold orders, calling for blood to be crossmatched
and kept in the blood bank, were being filled with nearly outdated units (one to five days left).