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Trali?

Transfusion related to immune mediated lung injury

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Classes of unstable angina?

Class I: new or worsened angina not at rest
Class II: angina at rest more than 2 days ago
Class III: angina at rest within the last 2 days

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Primary angina versus secondary angina versus post infarction angina?

Without extra cardiac condition
versus
non-coronary precipitant (anemia, thyrotoxicosis, infection)
versus
within two weeks post MI

3

Definition of anemia?

Hemoglobin <13 in men

4

Indications for packed red blood cell transfusion?

Surgery, Anemia with an organ effects (syncope, angina), hemodynamic compromise

5

Viruses that can be passed with transfusion?

Hepatitis B >hepatitis C >human T cell lymphocytic virus >HIV

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Acute hemolytic reaction to transfusion may present with?

Find pain, hemoglobinuria, fever, hypotension

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Each unit of packed red blood cells has how much volume? How much iron?

300 mL; 250 mg

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Cell savers?

Salvage intraoperative blood loss which is then transfused back into patient

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When to transfuse platelets? Each unit of platelets increases platelet count by?

Platelets <50,000 and bleeding

5000 - 10,000

10

Often given to members or friends anticoagulation?

Fresh frozen plasma

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Treatment for patients with hemophilia and vW disease?

Cryoprecipitate

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The role of IVIG in patients with ITP? Anticipate adverse effect in which patients?

Block reticuloendothelial system and transiently elevated platelets

Patients with IgA deficiency – IVIg or FFP can cause anaphylaxis

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Laboratory results that are consistent with acute hemolytic reactions?

Elevated LDH, indirect bilirubin, and decreased haptoglobin

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