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1

What do these acronyms stand for?
a. AABB
b. FDA
c. CAP
d. JCAHO

a. AABB -
b. FDA -Food and Drug Administration
c. CAP - College of American Pathologists
d. JCAHO - Joint Commission on Accreditation
of Healthcare Organizations

2

which of these regulating agencies are responsible for setting regulations for donor screening described
in ‘Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)?
a. AABB
b. FDA
c. CAP
d. JCAHO

B

3

which of these regulating agencies are responsible for assessing donor facilities and lab members?
a. AABB
b. FDA
c. CAP
d. JCAHO

A

4

(T/F) Donors can be deferred permanently

true

also deferred for a def period

5

which of the ff is false?
a. donors are paid
b. donor eligibility is determined on the day/time of collection
c. donor ed involves specific question about specific risk factor
d. health history is important

A

if they are paid, blood must be labeled "from paid donor"

6

_____ the first recorded
blood transfusion in animals in 1665

Richard Lower

7

which of the ff is false about donation history?
a. First recorded human-human blood transfusion in 1818
b. in 1992 CFR allowed donation if the viral hepatitis occurred before age 11
c. Blood can be collected from inmates
d. prevention of AID transmission relied on donor education and self-exclusion

C

stopped in 1970s coz inmates had an increased incidence of
hepatitis

8

which of the ff physical examination criteria for allogeneic blood donation is not normal?
a. Weight – 110 lbs for single whole blood
b. Hemoglobin - 12.5 g/dL
c. Blood Pressure -

D

Hct must be above 38%

9

which of the ff physical examination criteria for allogeneic blood donation is not normal?
a. donor age - 17- 75
b. Male donors weight ≥130 lbs, height = 5'1
c. Female donors ≥150 lbs, Height 5’5”
d. Temperature ≤37.5ºC or 99.5ºF

all are normal :)

10

______ a donor that is unrelated to the recipient whose blood products are compatible/matched

allogeneic donor

11

_____ a donor whose blood products are directed toward a specific patient

directed donor

12

____ a donor that donates blood for his/her own transfusion

autologous

13

which of the ff criteria is not normal for an autologous donor?
a. Hemoglobin - ≥11 g/dL
b. Hct = 33%
c. deferral if bacteremia is suspected
d. infectious disease testing is required

D

not required

14

orthopedic, cardiac and vascular surgery falls under which type of autologous donation?
a. Acute Normovolemic Hemodilution
b. Preoperative collection
c. Intraoperative Collection
d. Postoperative

B

15

blood collection from drainage tube at the site of the surgery falls under which type of autologous donation?
a. Acute Normovolemic Hemodilution
b. Preoperative collection
c. Intraoperative Collection
d. Postoperative

D

16

blood collection and reinfusion during surgery falls under which type of autologous donation?
a. Acute Normovolemic Hemodilution
b. Preoperative collection
c. Intraoperative Collection
d. Postoperative

C

17

collection of whole blood falls under which type of autologous donation?
a. Acute Normovolemic Hemodilution
b. Preoperative collection
c. Intraoperative Collection
d. Postoperative

A

18

_____ list the tests performed on donor blood (5)

ABO/Rh, RBC antibody screen, Antigen typing, Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Screen for Sickle hemoglobin

see lec notes pg 36 for more

19

which of the ff donor blood testing is done routinely? a.ABO/Rh
b.RBC antibody screen
c. Antigen typing
d.Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
e. Screen for Sickle hemoglobin

A

the rest are only done as needed

20

what do these test acronyms stand for?
EIA
FTA
RIBA
RIPA
IFA
RPR

EIA – Enzyme immunoassay
FTA – Fluorescent treponemal
antibody absorption
RIBA – Recombinant immunoblot
RIPA –Radioimmunoprecipitation Assay
IFA – Indirect fluorescent assay
RPR – Rapid plasma reagin

21

(T/F) west nile virus is a concern all throughout the year

false

in summer months only

22

(T/F) Positive markers for infectious disease is identified,
donors may be deferred either
indefinitely/permanently

true

23

*_____ the most common reason for donor deferral

low hemoglobin

see lec 8 pg 44 for other reasons, also handout

24

____ the process where current donation is found
‘repeatedly’ reactive on one of the screening assays for transmissible
disease

"Look-back"

25

___ list the possible donor reactions (6)

nervousness, loss of consciousness, Fainting, Nausea/vomiting, hyperventilation, Twitching