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Interference of Unexpected Antibody Detection Test in Patients Administering Daratumumab

Shin S, Cho EH, Seo JY, Kim EY, Choi S, Chun S, Cho D

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A Case with Changes in Autoantibodies with Mimicking Specificity in a Patient with Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Lim HH, Kim KH, Jeong GC, An GD, Woo KS, Han JY, Kim JM

Changes in autoantibodies with mimicking specificity for Rh antigens are quite rare. Here, we report a 73-year-old male patient with hepatocellular carcinoma that showed changes in the autoantibodies with mimicking...
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Revisiting the Pre-transfusion Test: A Case of Acute Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction due to Multiple Alloantibodies of Anti-E, Anti-c, Anti-Jk(b)

An GD, Kim KH, Jeong IH, Lim HH, Woo KS, Han JY, Kim JM, Jeong JH, Son YK

We report a case of acute hemolytic transfusion reaction due to multiple alloantibodies. A 41-year-old male with multiple histories of transfusion was admitted for jaundice and oliguria after receiving two...
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Delayed Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction with Alloimmunization of Rh Phenotype: A Two-Case Study

Yoo DW, Lee HJ, Lee SM, Kim IS, Song D, Chang CL, Shin KH, Kim HH

Delayed hemolytic transfusion reaction is difficult to prevent using an unexpected antibody test performed prior to transfusion, and unlike acute hemolytic transfusion reaction, it occurs a few days after blood...
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A Case of Anti-JMH Antibody with High-Titer, Low-Avidity Characteristics: The First Case in Korea

Kim TY, Hong YJ, Kim H, Park KU, Han KS

Anti-John Milton Hagen (JMH) is a high-titer, low-avidity (HTLA) antibody against the high frequency red blood cell (RBC) antigen JMH. It occurs very rarely and has not yet been reported...
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Experience in Improving ABO Blood Typing Error at the Blood Donation Site

Lee DD, Kim EJ, Seo Y, Jo M, Jo Y, Lee MK

BACKGROUND: In the Korean Red Cross Blood Center, ABO blood typing are routinely performed only via red cell grouping at blood donations sites. However, when an error occurs in this...
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Experience of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis in Transfusion Medicine

Shin KH, Lee SM, Lee HJ, Kim H, Song D, Yang EJ, Kim IS, Kim HH, Chang CL

BACKGROUND: Blood transfusions are complicated procedures, and are highly sensitive to mistakes that could seriously endanger the life of patients. The failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) can be used...
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Experience of Rh & Others Antigen Negative Rate Elicitation in a Blood Laboratory Center

Kim DS, Lee SR, Kim HS, Kim SB, Eom SH, Kim HD, Lee DD, Lee MK

BACKGROUND: The demand for Rh-related and other specific antigen negative donations has increased recently, and in response, we need to improve work efficiency while decreasing reagent consumption. Thus, we desire...
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Comparison of ABO Blood Group Typing between Automated Blood Bank Analyzer IH-500 and Manual Method

Shin JW, Shin WY, Lee DL

BACKGROUND: According to increased availability and awareness of automated blood bank analyzer with its speed and efficiency, use of automated analyzer in hospital blood bank has been increasing rapidly. We...
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The Current Global Status and Production Trends of Plasma Fractionation

Kim MJ, Burnouf T

The demand for medicinal products derived from plasmas are increasing on a global scale. In particular, the demand for intravenous immunoglobulin has continuously been increasing. The increase in the capacity...
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The Global Developments in Transfusion Replacements and Patient Blood Management

Yang H, Kim YW

Blood transfusions were once believed to the most potent and cost-effective method of improving patients' survival outcomes, but accumulating evidence over the past thirty years strongly suggests allogeneic transfusions as...
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