2 edition of Greenwalt Blood Platelet in Transfusion Therapy found in the catalog.
Greenwalt Blood Platelet in Transfusion Therapy
May 6, 1979
by John Wiley & Sons Inc
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||348|
Canadian Blood Services – Driving world-class innovation. Through discovery, development and applied research, Canadian Blood Services drives world-class innovation in blood transfusion, cellular therapy and transplantation—bringing clarity and insight to an increasingly complex healthcare future. Platelet transfusion is not indicated for patients with chronic DIC or for whom there is no bleeding. 5. In general, platelet transfusion is not indicated in immune thrombocytopenia unless there is clinically significant bleeding. Clinical Indications for prophylactic platelet transfusion for prevention of File Size: KB.
Transfusion coagulopathy is also related in part to dilution of the recipient’s platelets by transfused blood devoid of functioning platelets. Dilutional thrombocytopenia is a well-recognized complication of massive transfusion, and a platelet count should be obtained routinely if more than 5 units of blood . and postoperative salvaged blood should be transfused as clinically indicated using above guidelines. Platelets. General information: For patients suffering from or at significant risk of hemorrhage due to thrombocytopenia and/or platelet dysfunction. General Criteria for Transfusion of Platelets (Adults): 1.
Tibor Greenwalt Memorial Award And Lectureship. This award honors Tibor Greenwalt, MD, who was the first registrant at the first AABB Annual Meeting and founding editor of TRANSFUSION. The award recognizes an individual who has made major scientific or clinical contributions to hematology, transfusion medicine or cellular therapies, and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Compatibility testing, ki et al; automation in donor blood processing, ff; immunoglobulins and complement on the red cell surface - with special reference to the antiglobulin test, on and son; antibody elution from red blood cells,
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Schiffer CA, Aisner J, Wiernik PH: Platelet transfusion therapy for patients with leukemia. In Greenwalt TJ, Jamieson GA (eds): The Blood Platelet in Transfusion Therapy, pp – New York: AR Liss, Inc., Google ScholarAuthor: Janice P.
Dutcher. Transfusion Therapy Clinical Principles and Practice excels most as a superb practical guide for real-world transfusion medicine. It is divided into five sections on transfusion in clinical practice, blood components and derivatives, preventing and managing adverse events, quality, and summation.5/5(1).
Blood groups. Blood components and products. Red cells. Platelets. Fresh frozen plasma. Granulocytes. Irradiated blood components. Cytomegalovirus negative blood components. Human leucocyte antigens matched platelets.
Blood products and plasma derivatives. Nursing care Greenwalt Blood Platelet in Transfusion Therapy book the patient undergoing blood transfusion therapy. Transfusion reactions. Blood Transfusion Therapy: A Physician's Handbook has been thoroughly reviewed and updated to reflect the most recent trends in transfusion medicine practice.
This compact volume, which fits conveniently in a lab coat pocket, is packed with comprehensive discussions of blood components, plasma derivatives, transfusion practices, hemostatic. The blood platelet in transfusion therapy Greenwalt TJ: Use of the microhematocrit for screening blood donors.
“When I first started working at the blood center, platelets were not available as a separate transfusion product; rather, fresh whole blood was given to supply platelets,” Slichter said. The Tibor Greenwalt Award recipient noted that her first studies focused on how to spin whole blood, and then the resultant platelet-rich plasma, to optimize platelet yield without damaging the platelets.
He was founder of the Blood Center of Wisconsin, the first member of the American Association of Blood Banks, founding editor of Transfusion, chair of the National Research Council's Committee on Blood and Transfusion, national medical director of the American Red Cross Blood Services, and president of the International Society of Blood Transfusion.
He wrote papers and 25 books, describing erythroblastosis fetalis as an immune hemolytic anemia, new blood Cited by: 1. blood transfusion therapy red cell concentrates platelet concentrates - Platelet transfusions may benefit patients with platelet deficiency or dysfunction - Prophylactic transfusion of platelet concentrates is indicated in patients with bone marrow failure when the platelet count is less than 10 × /L, and there are no associated.
Current debate on clinical effects of stored red blood cells; Emerging infectious diseases and impact on blood safety; New concepts of massive transfusion; World blood supply; Platelet transfusion; Pathogen inactivation; Transfusion Medicine will be valuable to all those working in the field of blood banking and transfusion.
It is a good introduction to transfusion for hematology or oncology fellows and technologists specialising in blood. The number of platelets obtained is approximately equal to the number of platelets obtained from five to eight whole-blood donations.
PLATELET TRANSFUSION THERAPY the choice among these alternatives, but there are identifiable advantages and disadvantages of each Cited by: Blood Book: Australian Blood Administration Handbook The Blood Book: Australian Blood Administration Handbook is a comprehensive resource to assist with safe bedside transfusion practice.
To order a hard copy, please email [email protected] Purchase Hematology - 7th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN Platelets are often transfused regardless of their ABO group because ABO antigens are only weakly expressed on platelets.
Most adults have soluble A or B antigenic substances in their blood that are capable of neutralizing the antibodies in small amounts of ABO-incompatible plasma, such as one platelet transfusion. The knowledge of the principles of transfusion medicine and blood, and its components, biology is fundamental in providing safe and effective transfusion therapy.
Fresh whole blood collected Author: Urs Giger. Red Blood Cell Transfusion: Surgical and Traumatic Blood Loss and Anemia Post-Transfusion Red Blood Cell and Platelet Survical and Kinetics: Basic Principles and Practical Aspects Transfusion of the Patient with Congenital Coagulation Defects Transfusion of the Patient with Acquired Coagulation Defects Back to Platelet Transfusion Therapy The importance of platelet transfusion, prophylactic or therapeutic, is evidenced by its increase in recent decades.
This comprehensive volume comprising the work of specialists from both sides of the Atlantic contains the latest information on the topic, which in some cases is available nowhere else. Content: The initial sections discuss cellular blood products and the clinical problems that dictate their use, including red cell transfusion for autoimmune disease and hemoglobinopathy.
Platelet and granulocyte transfusion therapy are also covered. A detailed section describes various aspects of the management of coagulopathy and disorders of by: 1. A.A single dose of apheresis platelets adult: Will increase the platelet count by 5, mm3- 7, mm3 m effective dose of all blood should be used.
at least on Indication for Platelet order below. Platelet count platelet productionFile Size: 37KB. Transfusion Medicine and Hemostasis is a manual-style book that links transfusion medicine and hemostasis to laboratory methods and diagnostic tests engaged in routine and specialized coagulation laboratories.
The book is divided into two main parts with chapters that are brief and readable. The first main part of the book is subdivided into blood banking and transfusion medicine.4/5(1).
The discovery of citrate anticoagulant in the s and the development of plastic packs for blood collection in the s laid the groundwork for platelet transfusion therapy on a scale not previously possible.
A major limitation, however, was the finding that platelet concentrates prepared from blood anticoagulated with citrate were unsuitable for transfusion because of platelet by: 4.Platelets are prepared from both apheresis and whole blood donations. For apheresis platelets, an apheresis machine separates anticoagulated blood into components and retains a bag of platelets and a portion of plasma.
The remaining elements (red and white blood cells) and the majority of the plasma are either returned to the donor or collected for preparation of other component types.
In the s, according to the publication by Gaydos et al. (), the prophylactic transfusion of platelets became the standard procedure to reduce the risk of bleeding in patients with thrombocytopenia and a morning platelet count of 20 platelets/µL or patients with acute leukemia, it was first shown in that setting the platelet count threshold to 10 /µL is safe to Cited by: