|Other titles||Emily Cooley lecture.|
|Statement||editor, Sandra Taddie Nance.|
|Contributions||Nance, Sandra Taddie., Petz, Lawrence D., American Association of Blood Banks. Committee on Annual Meeting Seminar.|
|LC Classifications||RM171 .C47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||91031709|
This chapter covers the specific aspects of immunohematology and transfusion medicine that are relevant to the laboratory practice of hematology. It discusses the major erythrocyte blood group antigens and basic blood bank testing for alloantibodies and : A. Bradley Eisenbrey. Basic immunohematologic procedures are described at the end of appropriate chapters. Review questions at the end of each chapter, as well as an additional question practice examination, allow readers to build their mastery of the material. Answers are provided for all questions. Basic concepts are covered in the early chapters and application in later chapters. Concepts of Immunohematology are comprehensively prepared, along with some review of appropriate support topics, such as immunology, components of blood, and anticoagulants. Clinical applications and problem solving are incorporated in the text as appropriate. Basic concepts are covered in the early chapters and application in later chapters. Concepts of Immunohematology are comprehensively prepared, along with some review of appropriate support topics.
This introductory level textbook prepares the reader for the practising laboratory by integrating basic theory (genetics, immunology and immunohaematology) with a special emphasis on the application of immunohaematology. It challenges critical thinking skills while teaching the basics and an approach to problem solving. Christopher D. Hillyer MD, Beth H. Shaz MD, in Transfusion Medicine and Hemostasis (Second Edition), IRL, Platelet, HLA and HCT/P Laboratories. In the IRL, the blood center physician may play a highly medical and technical role providing input, interpretation and decision making regarding immunohematology and RBC genomics testing, including blood typing (both phenotyping and . Garratty G. Target antigens for red-cell-bound autoantibodies. In: Nance SJ, ed. Clinical and Basic Science Aspects of Immunohematology. Arlington, VA: American Association of Blood Banks, , pp. 33– Google Scholar. Immunohematology is published four times a year by The American National Red Cross. The journal publishes case reports, original articles, new blood group allele reports and review articles covering the spectrum of clinical and laboratory practice and research in the field of laboratory medicine.
Textbook of Sports Medicine: Basic Science and Clinical Aspects of Sports Injury and Physical Activity. Eds Michael Kjaer, Michael Krogsgaard, Peter Magnusson, Lars Engebretsen, Harald Roos, Timo Takala, Savio L-Y Woo. Blackwell Science, £, pp ISBN 0 . Immunohematology is one of the specialized branches of medical science. It deals with the concepts and clinical 2 techniques related to modern transfusion therapy. Garraty G: Target antigens for red-cell bound Nance SJ [ed]: Clinical and Basic Science Aspects of ton VA: American Association of Blood Banks; Download [PDF] Books Clinical and basic science aspects of immunohematology [PDF, ePub, Mobi] by Lawrence D. Petz Read Online Full Free "Click Visit button" to access full FREE ebook.