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    Dave Duncan

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  1. Rees monitor. Temp probes in freezers, fridges, etc send data to a central computer.
  2. What were the blood types of mom and baby? Mom is O Neg and baby is O Pos.
  3. I need help understanding a strange phenomenon. I have a D negative Mom by gel testing that has delivered a D positive (3+) infant by gel testing. A maternal post delivery sample was used for an FMH screen. The FMH screen was macroscopically positive 1+w. The Mom's post delivery sample was tested for weak D and was found to be 1+w. The Mom's pre delivery specimen was tested for weak D and it was negative. The sample was tested for FMH with a KB stain an no fetal cells were seen. I was expecting the KB stain to reveal a large number of fetal cells.
  4. Does anyone know a vendor in the US that sells an anti K1 typing sera that is an immediate spin and read?
  5. Thanks for the replies. I was not aware that being a registered/licensed facility with the FDA was a requirement.
  6. Is anyone out there using the PGD test to extend the shelf life of apheresis platelets?
  7. Happy Birthday!

  8. How many out there are using complement control cells?
  9. You hit the nail on the head! The K positive cells were also positive for Bg. Went back and found D neg Bg neg K pos cells and they did not react. Mystery solved.
  10. R1wR1 cell=wk pos R1R1 cell =1+ R2R2 cell=1+ strong Ror cell=1+strong rr Kk cell=1+strong R1R1 Kk=2+ Rhig was given Dec 11, 2013. Tested on Feb 19, 2014
  11. 1. Baby was full term. 2. Mom was treated for E Coli UTI. 3. We have given this same lot of RhIG to other patients and have not noticed anything other than passive anti D when these patients come back to us.
  12. Shily, that thought did cross my mind!
  13. We have a Mom: A neg with a positive antibody screen presumed to be positve due to antenatal RhIG. A set of D neg screening cells yielded a positive reaction with one cell that prompted a full antibody ID. Anti K was ID'ed. Here is the rub. Mom's antibody screen at time of antenatal RhIG administration was negative and the baby does not appear to be the source of antibody stimulation as she types as K neg. Could this be a "naturally occuring" antibody?
  14. Issue gel AHG compatible units. Things can get sticky though if the anti M reacts when doing the immediate spin crossmatch.
  15. Hi Terri, What is the process for sending the Sunquest reports to a PC intead of a printer? Thanks
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