Causes Of Incompatibility During Blood Transfusions?
my baby needs blood transfusion, my baby’s blood type is B rhesus positive, but after matching the blood supply in the hospital that is goldar B rhesus positive there are 11 bags of words my baby’s blood does not match the blood supply, which is my question why does it not match while the blood is in the same positive B group
Hello, Mr. Rizky Nasution. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern that you feel.
Blood transfusion is done on medical indication. Do you know the reason for the blood transfusion for your child? What is the patient's blood test result? What type of blood needs to be transfused?
Blood transfusion needs to consider several things, including the suitability of blood groups and rhesus, as well as the type of blood product needed as indicated. Transfused blood can be in the form of whole blood components (whole blood), or only a part of blood components only, for example red blood cells (packed red cells), platelets (thrombocyte concentrate), blood plasma (fresh frozen plasma), or clotting factors. Although available blood stock according to the type and rhesus, but if the form of available blood products is not needed, this does not rule out the possibility of blood transfusion can not be given.
Do not hesitate to consult with a doctor or pediatrician who treats your child. The need for anamnesis, physical examination, and supporting examination of the patient makes the doctor treating the patient directly who can provide therapeutic recommendations.
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