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Transfusion Microbiology

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Haematology,
  • Medical / Oncology,
  • Pathology,
  • Medical,
  • Blood,
  • Bloodborne infections,
  • Microbial contamination,
  • Transfusion

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsJohn A. J. Barbara (Editor), Fiona A. M. Regan (Editor), Marcela C. Contreras (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages416
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10435627M
ISBN 100521453933
ISBN 109780521453936

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Full microbiology screening of a maternal sample is always required. For still births and neonates less than 48 hours after birth, no microbiology screening of the neonate is required. For neonates between 48 hours and 28 days after birth, a neonatal sample is only required when there are identifiable risks of possible viral transmission. Transfusion of blood and blood components is usually a safe and effective form of therapy. However, untoward effects can occur. These untoward effects, called “transfusion reactions,” may present immediately or be delayed, and they may or may not be immunologically mediated. A serious complication of transfusion therapy is the transmission of infection by many different kinds of. Extensive measures are taken to ensure that blood transfusion poses a minimal microbiological hazard to recipients. Transfusion Microbiology is the definitive text on all aspects of transfusion transmitted infections. This comprehensive text covers all medical, scientific, technical and developmental aspects of this critically important sector of transfusion medicine.4/5(2).   TRANSFUSION is the foremost publication in the world for new information regarding transfusion medicine. Written by and for members of AABB and other health-care workers, TRANSFUSION reports on the latest technical advances, discusses opposing viewpoints regarding controversial issues, and presents key conference proceedings. In addition to blood banking and .

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The British Journal of Haematology publishes original research papers in clinical, laboratory and experimental haematology. The Journal also features annotations, reviews, short reports, images in haematology and Letters to the Editor. Mary Clay is the Director of the Transfusion Medicine Research and Development Program in the Depart-ment of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has over 32 years of experience in transfusion medicine with 27 years focusing on conducting, managing and administering transfusion.   Transfusion Microbiology by John A. J. Barbara, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Hepatitis C (HCV) is a flavivirus for which the only known reservoirs are humans and chimpanzees; in fact, the virus was first identified in chimpanzee blood. HCV causes “non-A, non-B hepatitis” and was the major cause of post-transfusion hepatitis before routine screening of the blood supply for HCV.