Crossmatch

crossmatch

Serologic crossmatch Transfusion medicine An agglutination test that determines donor-recipient blood compatibility. See Electronic crossmatch, Immediate spin crossmatch, Major crossmatch, Minor crossmatch.
Crossmatch
Major crossmatch Patient serum–which may contain antibodies is cross-reacted against the donor's red cells and
Minor crossmatch Patient RBCs are incubated with donor serum, this is of less clinical significance; it reveals donor antibodies against uncommon antigens–eg Cw, -Wra, -Lia 

Crossmatch

A laboratory test done to confirm that blood from a donor and blood from the recipient are compatible.
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All samples were processed for donor recipient crossmatch using routine incubation CDC, extended incubation CDC and antihuman globulin CDC.
The electronic crossmatch has been performed at our institution for over 10 years and can be used for any patient without red cell antibodies if his or her ABO group has been typed at least twice in the hospital's system.
This study concluded that proceeding to kidney transplantation without performing a pretransplant HLA crossmatch was malpractice.
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Prior to transplantation, recipients are therefore routinely screened for preformed antiHLA antibodies and prospective crossmatches are performed by conventional complement-dependent cytotoxicity crossmatch (CDC-XM) techniques, but also by flow-cytometrybased methods [1, 2].
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Crossmatch detects the presence of pre-existing antibodies that produce an immediate hemolytic reaction (Doods and Bull, 1979).
1,7) Sensitised patients are more likely to crossmatch positive with potential donors and have a reduced chance of receiving a renal transplant.
Believing that having an outcome is "better than not having any outcome", Ms Elias is campaigning for a comprehensive, national DNA database which regularly attempts to crossmatch DNA profiles with unidentified bodies.