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  1. heathervaught

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    I will occasionally get requests from a hospital to provide a divided red blood cell for a patient with congestive heart disease. They transfuse one half over the allowed 4 hour window, then have an additional 4 hours to complete the second half.
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  2. If we get a weak or negative reverse grouping we perform the antiglobulin crossmatch.
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  3. SMILLER

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    Right. We would split a unit. Scott
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  4. pinktoptube

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    Suggest using a slower infusion rate, aliquot (lower volume), or only transfuse if medically necessary? I'm curious how everyone is looking at handling this requirement.
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  5. John, thanks to the generosity of Cliff, who has allowed me to edit the photographs (a very brave move, considering my well-known disabilities with anything to do with computers!!!!!!), the photographs now have captions. Thank you so much Cliff, and I hope I haven't crashed the site!
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  6. tbostock

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