• The difficult to transfuse patient: finding a needle in a haystack can be important

    Watch this presentation by Shu Min Wong (24 August 2016) exploring patients with clinically significant antibodies and the challenges for their transfusion support, clinical management and their longer term care. The session explores a case involving a patient with such complex transfusion requirements.

    Learning outcomes:

    • Understand the process to identify suitable blood in complex transfusion cases
    • Explain strategies that are used to search and provide compatible red cells
    • Explain strategies that used to minimise future development of clinically significant antibodies

    Presenter: Shu Min Wong, Haematology Registrar, Blood Service Registrar.
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