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Acute GVHD occurs within how many days of transplant?
100 days
Chronic GVHD occurs generally after how many days?
50 days
What is a Major vs. Minor incompatibility?
Major: Introduction of an incompatible RBC ANTIGEN into the recipient (e.g. A donor to O recipient).

Minor: Introduction of an incompatible donor RBC ANTIBODY into the recipient (e.g. O donor to A recipient).

NOTE: A donor to B recipient or B donor to A recipient is a COMBINED MAJOR AND MINOR incompatibility.
In the peri-transplant period, after the transplantation procedure but before full engraftment has occurred, how do you handle transfusion?
In a major mismatch?
Major Mismatch:
RBC: transfuse recipient's RBC
Plasma: transfuse donor's type
In the peri-transplant period, after the transplantation procedure but before full engraftment has occurred, how do you handle transfusion?
Minor mismatch?
Minor Mismatch:
RBC: transfuse donor RBC
Plasma: transfuse recipient's type
In the peri-transplant period, after the transplantation procedure but before full engraftment has occurred, how do you handle transfusion?
Combined Major and Minor mismatch?
Combined Major and Minor:
RBC: O
Plasma: AB
In the peri-transplant period, after the transplantation procedure but before full engraftment has occurred, how do you handle transfusion?
Recipient = O with Donor = A
Recipient = O/Donor = A
RBC: O
Plasma: A, AB
In the peri-transplant period, after the transplantation procedure but before full engraftment has occurred, how do you handle transfusion?
Recipient = B with Donor = O
Recipient = B/Donor = O
RBC: O
Plasma: B, AB
In the peri-transplant period, after the transplantation procedure but before full engraftment has occurred, how do you handle transfusion?
Recipient = AB with Donor = O
Recipient = AB/Donor = O
RBC: O
Plasma: AB