Adverse Effects of Transfusion: Reaction, Response and Resolutions
28 September 2022
8am, 2pm, 5pm ET | 1pm, 7pm, 10pm UTC
Level of Instruction: Intermediate
This webinar is a part of the series, Transfusion Medicine: Top to Bottom with Jayanna Slayten, MS, MT(ASCP)SBBcm
- Organize and categorize transfusion complications given the reported signs and symptoms.
- Discover how laboratory findings correlate with the clinical signs and symptoms of transfusion complications.
- Compare and contrast acute and delayed transfusion reactions.
- Apply how to define the adverse complications of transfusion in example case studies.
Summary of Session:
Transfusion complications are a risk of the transfusion of blood. Response to transfusion may be defined acute or delayed, hemolytic or non-hemolytic and immune or non-immune. This course will define categories of transfusion reactions, with applicable clinical response and laboratory investigation. Resolving the type of reaction and appropriate recommendations for further transfusions will be explored