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BT Reactions

BT Reactions

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Blood Transfusion Reactions Type Allergic Cause Sensitivity to foreign proteins. Manifestation • Hives, urticaria, flushing • Fever • Fever, chills, and flushing • HA and muscle aches • Respiratory distress • Cardiac dysrhythmias

Febrile, nonhemolytic

Sensitization to donor's WBC, platelets, and/or plasma proteins.

Acute hemolytic ABO incompatibility reaction to RBC • Fever, chills, and antigens. flushing • Low back pain • Tachycardia and hypotension • Vascular collapse • Cardiac arrest Anaphylactic Administration of donor IgA proteins • Urticaria to recipient with anti-IgA antibodies. • Restlessness • Wheezing • Shock and cardiac arrest Infusion of blood at a rapid rate that leads to fluid volume excess. • Pulmonary congestion • Restlessness • Cough, shortness of breath • HTN • Distended neck veins • Fever and chills • Vomiting and diarrhea • Hypotension • Septic shock

Circulatory overload

Bacteremia

Infusion of blood infected with bacteria.

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