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Hello all, I am new here and am loving all of the great information. I have recently volunteered to do a presentation on Anti-G at a local seminar. I work for a level one trauma center but we don't encounter Anti-G very often. I would like to cover how to identify Anti-G and the presence of one in a clinical case. Does anyone have a procedure they would be willing to share? I tried my local reference laboratory without success. 😒

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