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a type of antigen system
The ____ type of a blood donor should be matched with that of the recipient.
Which blood type can be matched with type A or O?
blood type A
Which blood type can be matched with type B or O?
blood type B
Which blood type can type O blood be matched with?
Type O
Which blood type can be matched with A, B, or O?
A donation of the client's own blood before a scheduled procedure.
Autologous Donation
An autologous donation that involves suctioning blood from body cavities, joint spaces, or other closed body sites during a procedure.
Blood Salvage
A complication resulting from the infusion of blood at a rate too rapid for the size, cardiac status, or clinical condition of the recipient.
Circulatory overload
Matching of blood from two persons by two different types of antigen system, ABO and Rh, present on the membrane surface or RBCs, to prevent a transfusion reaction.
The testing of the donor's blood and the recipient's blood for compatibility.
A compatible donor who has been selected by the recipient
Designated donor
A blood product administered to increase the level of clotting factors in clients with a deficiency.
Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP)
A delayed transfusion complication that occurs in clients who are chronically dependent on blood transfusions, such as clients with anemia or thrombocytopenia.
Iron overload
A blood product administered to clients with a low platelet count and to thrombocytopenic patients who are actively bleeding or are scheduled for an invasive procedure.
A blood product used to replace erythrocytes lost as a result of trauma or surgical interventions or in clients with bone marrow suppression
What determines the classification of Rh positive or Rh negative?
the presence or absence of Rh antigens on the surface of RBCs
The presence of infective agents or their toxins in the bloodstream
If septicemia is not treated promptly what could the infection lead to?
Circulatory collapse, profound shock, and death
A hemolytic reaction caused by blood type or Rh incompatibility.
Transfusion Reaction
Transfusion reaction that most often occurs in those with a history of allergies
Allergic transfusion reaction
When is a febrile transfusion reaction most likely to occur?
When a client's antibodies become directed against transfused WBCs
When is a bacterial transfusion reaction most likely to occur?
After transfusion of contaminated blood products
Composed of RBCs, plasma, and plasma proteins and is administered primarily to treat hypovolemic shock resulting from hemorrhage.
Whole blood