Flashcards in Transfusion Medicine and Granulocyte Disorders Deck (52)
Storage of Whole Blood
Storage of PRBCs
A left shift in the WBC differential indicates a ______ in neutrophils and a _______ in lymphocytes.
A right shift in the WBC differential indicates a ______ in neutrophils and a _______ in lymphocytes.
Adult neutrophilia ANC
Blood product used for increasing oxygen capacity to treat low HCT patients
Blood product used for low or absent fibrinogen associated with disorders and replacement for factor XIII deficiency
Blood product used for severe bacterial or fungal infection in patients with ANC <500/μL
Blood product used to in assive transfusions to replace oxygen carrying capacity and blood volume
Blood product used to treat bleeding associated with thrombocytopenia or platelet dysfunction
Blood product used to treat coagulopathy related to procoagulant deficiency
Defect in which complement factor(s) describes the following symptoms: recurrent bacterial infections?
Defect in which complement factor(s) describes the following symptoms: severe infections with Neisseria
Defect in which complement factor(s) describes the following symptoms: SLE, autoimmunity, and inflammatory vascular disease?
C1q, C2, C4
Eosinophil Count for Eosinophilia
For severe cases, _______ at a dose of 3-5mcg/kg subcutaneously every day will normalize production of neutrophils.
HCT of PRBCs
Infant neutropenia ANC
Monocyte Count for Monocytosis
>500 (Child/adult), >1000 (newborn)
Newborn neutropenia ANC
Newborn neutrophilia ANC
Storage of Cryoprecipitate
18 hours/4C then 1 year/-18C
Storage of FFP
Storage of Granulocyte Concentrate
Storage of Platelet Concentrate
The adverse reaction characterized by alloantibody production and slow destruction of sensitizing cells is _______
Delayed hemolytic Transfusion reaction
The adverse reaction characterized by infiltrates, dyspnea, and difficulty maintaining peripheral oxygen saturation is ________.
Transfusion-Related Lung Injury (TRALI)
The adverse reaction involving bronchospasm that is frequently seen in IgA-deficient individuals is _______.