Guidelines for Antibody Identification

  • ID: 2366216
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 71 Pages
  • AABB
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This Guideline is intended to assist transfusion services with the identification of antibodies in patients with a reactive pretransfusion antibody detection test.

Its major sections address:

1) routine testing and interpretation guidelines
2) additional guidance and testing, and
3) unusual antibody identification situations. Instructive case studies accompany each section, and more guidance is included in several appendices.

Although this resource can be used as a training tool, those readers who are already familiar with related material in the AABB Technical Manual will derive the most benefit. The scope and depth of the content will appeal to facilities and technologists who work with a single antibody identification panel using the same method employed for antibody detection, as well as laboratories that use multiple panels and special testing methods.
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Foreword
Introduction
Routine Testing and Interpretation Guidelines
Additional Guidance and Testing
Unusual Antibody Identification Situations
References
Appendix 1 Regulations and Standards for Antibody
Detection and Antibody Identification Testing
Appendix 2 Crossing Out on the Panel Antigen Profile
to Document Antibody Exclusions
Appendix 3 Examples of Initial Panel Evaluations
Appendix 4 Examples of Repeat Testing Abbreviated
Protocols
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