5 June 2018 (Tuesday) - Case Study
Here’s a rather interesting case study which appeared in the Facebook Blood Bank Interest Group page:
“Typical type of typing result I see with our transplant patients. If this person hit your ER you might not like it.
This is an A- patient 6 weeks post B+ transplant that receives O- blood. The anti-B production has ceased.
If I really look hard I can see a slight haze of B and D reactivity (not really in the photo)”.
(You can see the photo in the link)
The case itself in interesting, as are the subsequent comments. Some are useful, some are self-aggrandising, and some have missed the point entirely. Yet again I find I have to be very selective in what I chose for CPD.