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Retraction: Experience of Therapeutic Plasma Exchange in Patients with Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome

Kim SH, Kim KP, Heo ST, Kim YR, Kang SH

In the process of obtaining the agreement of the authors while the paper submission, some authors did not consent due to a misunderstanding between the authors. We will avoid future...
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Therapeutic Plasma Exchange for a Patient with Severe Cold Agglutinin Disease

Yang N, Park S, Chung HS, Mun YC, Yu S, Kwon MJ, Woo HY, Oh S, Lee M

Cold agglutinin disease is a kind of autoimmune hemolytic anemia, caused by cold agglutinin, serum autoantibodies activated at reduced body temperatures to produce red blood cell agglutination and hemolysis. In...
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A Clinical Experience of Massive Transfusion in a Patient with Cardiac Arrest Resulting from Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Rupture

Chung YN, Choi YS, Kim SW

We report on a case of successful management of a patient with abdominal aortic rupture requiring massive blood transfusion during the peri-operative period. The patient had fully recovered 19 days...
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Report on External Proficiency Testing for the ABO and D Blood Group Typing Tests in Blood Centers (2014)

Lim YA, Kim HO, Oh JS, Choi YS, Jang CH, Lee MN, Kwon JR, Lee DH

BACKGROUND: Korean Blood Safety Commission has implemented external proficiency testing (PT) for blood grouping test (BGT) to help improve the quality of blood centers since 2011. We analyzed the results...
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Unexpected Antibody Screening Tests Including Di(a) in Patients with a History of Multiple Packed Red Cell Transfusion

Kim MJ, Kim KH, Park PW, Seo YH, Ahn JY, Seo JY, Jeong JH, Lee HT

BACKGROUND: The Di(a) antigen has been detected with a relatively higher incidence among Koreans with a frequency of 6.4 to 14.5%. In South Korea, commonly used unexpected antibody screening panels...
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Performance Evaluation of Unexpected Antibody Screening Test Including Di(a) Cell Using 3% Surgiscreen Sub-Code D in Korean Multi-Transfused Patients

Lee JM, Kim NH, Shin KH, Lee HJ, Chang CL, Lee EY, Kim HH

BACKGROUND: The Dia antigen has been found to have a relatively higher incidence among Korean populations. However, the current popular antibody screening panels contain no Dia positive cells. To prevent...
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An Update of Maximum Surgical Blood Order Schedule in Elective Surgery

Park JR, Alghamdi E, Kim S, Kim HO

BACKGROUND: Recently, operation technology and health care environment are continuously improving and changing. An updated MSBOS using current blood usage data is necessary for efficient blood management in the hospital...
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A Feasibility Study for Cryopreserving Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Collects at High Cell Concentration

Park JE, Choung HK, Park HK, Lee ST, Kim SJ, Jang JH, Kim KH, Kim WS, Chung CW, Kang ES, Kim DW

BACKGROUND: For autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT), the volume of infused and DMSO contained in graft are the major causes of complications related to infusion. In this study, we...
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Comparison of Serum-Free Media in RBC Differentiation from Human Hematopoietic Stem Cells

Kim JY, Kim S, Jeon YL, Choi Y, Kim HO

BACKGROUND: Research on RBC production from hematopoietic stem cells has been conducted competitively in many countries. However those were in vitro successes and many hurdles still remain for large scale...
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A Choice and Precautions of Replacement Fluids for Therapeutic Plasma Exchange

Choi GR, Choi SJ, Shin SA, Lee K, Kim S, Kim HO

BACKGROUND: Therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE) is an effective and practical treatment for separation and removal of harmful antibodies or pathogenic substances from the blood. The volume of plasma removed must...
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Transfusion Strategy and Laboratory Update on the DEL Variant

Seo MH, Kim B, Kwon JR, Choi YS, Kim JN, Park KU, Cho D

Red cells that express extremely low levels of D antigen that cannot be detected by routine serologic tests are designated as DEL. Most DEL blood donors are typed as D-negative....
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