Assuming blood is required, and grouping is required, and by is required, and tube is required, the following results were found.

  • Cross Match Procedure in Blood Bank (Manual Method)

    When the recipient’s ABO and Rh blood groups are determined, the donor blood unit that is ABO and Rh compatible is selected, and compatibility test is carried out. The purpose of compatibility test is to prevent the transfusion of incompatible red cell...

    By Dayyal Dg.
  • DETERMINATION OF BLOOD GROUP BY TUBE METHOD

    Test tube method is more reliable than slide test, but takes longer time and more equipment. For cell grouping, patient’s saline-washed red cells are mixed with known antiserum in a test tube; the mixture is incubated at room temperature, and...

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  • DETERMINATION OF BLOOD GROUP BY SLIDE METHOD

    Principle Red cells from the specimen are reacted with reagent antisera (anti-A and anti-B). Agglutination of red cells indicates presence of corresponding antigen (agglutinogen) on red cells. Specimen Capillary blood from finger prick, or venous blood...

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  • Microplate Technique for Rh D Grouping

    Microplate is a polystyrene plate consisting of 96 micro wells of either U- or V-shape. Grouping is carried out in micro wells. This method is sensitive and ideal for large number of samples (see Figure 787.1). Further reading: Rh D GROUPING METHOD

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  • Rh D GROUPING METHOD

    D antigen is the most immunogenic after ABO antigens and therefore red cells are routinely tested for D. Individuals are called as Rh-positive or Rh-negative depending on presence or absence of D antigen on their red cells. Following transfusion of...

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  • FALSE REACTION IN ABO GROUPING

    Autoagglutination: Presence of IgM autoantibodies reactive at room temperature in patient’s serum can lead to autoagglutination. If autocontrol is not used, blood group in such a case will be wrongly typed as AB. Therefore, for correct result, if...

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  • ABO GROUPING AND Rh D GROUPING

    ABO Grouping There are two methods for ABO grouping: Cell grouping (forward grouping): Red cells are tested for the presence of A and B antigens employing known specific anti-A and anti-B (and sometimes anti-A, B) sera. Serum grouping (reverse...

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