another BTLP-TACT exercise.
I logged in and was (eventually) presented with one case – a twenty year old chap attending the haematology clinic requiring two units of irradiated blood for the following day.
grouped as O Rh(D) Positive, but the D reaction was weak. In reality I would
have sent this off to the transfusion centre (or whatever they are called
these days) to see if this was a weak D or a partial D. In view of that I
called the Rh group uninterpretable.
The antibody screen was negative.
I selected two units of O Rh(D) Negative K Negative blood
I got the green light.