What factor is useful when preparing to identify antibodies detected in the
a. History of drug therapy.
b. Results of previous testing.
Results of direct antiglobulin test.
d. History of transfusion or pregnancy.
e. All the above.
A reagent RBC panel for antibody identification should include as many
as possible of the common ___________ and provide a distinct pattern of reaction
for single ______________ to most of the _______________ represented on the
a. Antigens, antigens, antibodies.
b. Antigens, antibodies, antigens.
Antibodies, antigens, antibodies.
d. Antibodies, antibodies, antigens.
When a patient's red cells lack the corresponding antigen, what antibody is
indicated by the results with the red cell panel? Use Exercise figure 1-1