1 April 2021 (Thursday) - Transfusion News Update

The nice people at “Transfusion News” sent their update today:

42-Day Old RBCs Deliver Oxygen as Well as 7-Day Old RBCs

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March 29, 2021
Many studies have investigated the physiological, biochemical, and structural abnormalities that RBCs acquire during storage, but few have managed to compare oxygen delivery between “fresh” and “old” RBCs. In order to compare oxygen delivery of stored RBCs, researchers randomized (1:1:1) 30 healthy males (median age, 23 years) to receive two units of autologous RBCs either 7, 28, or 42 days after donation. [Read More]
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In this webinar, Dr. Cécile Toly-Ndour, PharmD, PhD will tell us how the automated anti-D microtitration on the IH-500 system can distinguish passive from immune anti-D. She will also share how the use of the automated gel anti-D titration method is beneficial, its correlation to the reference tube method, and the added value of the gel titer score for monitoring pregnancies complicated by an anti-D alloimmunization. [Register Now]

The Transfused and the Breathless with Christine Cserti-Gazdewich
March 24, 2021 | BBGuy Podcast
CE Episode! Cardiorespiratory transfusion reactions such as TACO and TRALI are deadly. Learn from an expert how to identify and manage them. [Listen Now]
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