A classic way to measure unit blockage is by using the unit crossmatched
to transfused (C:T) ratio or a more modern version of electronic crossmatch, the issue to transfusion (I:T) ratio.
Currently, all donors are HLA typed by low-resolution molecular methods and crossmatched
with potential recipients.
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.
Overall the study examined the data of 21 438 subjects with insomnia and 64 314 crossmatched
subjects without insomnia.
caesarean section for placenta previa) should have blood crossmatched
and should, wherever possible, give birth in a place where further blood products are readily available.
Sera were obtained from 64 recipients who were routinely crossmatched
against either cadaveric or related living donors (September 2009--August 2010).
"Firstly, a single point of contact in the police can help the family, while ensuring long term missing people are crossmatched
against the unidentified database because they could well be dead," she said.
Previously transfused dogs should be crossmatched
prior to subsequent transfusions, even if the transfusion is from the previous donor.
"It means that a blood donor crossmatched
between the baby's blood type and yours has to be found," he finished.
Only patients with positive antibody screens are crossmatched
using an antiglobulin procedure with antigen negative blood.
For example, we do not allow name or MRN changes if a patient has been crossmatched
and blood administration is imminent or while a patient is in the OR.