Elution is removal of antibody from:
b. Red blood cells.
Before crossmatching, what should be known about the recipient?
a. Rh type.
b. AB0 group.
Results of previous testing.
d. Results of antibody screening test.
e. All the above.
Upon whom is the "major crossmatch" performed?
a. The donor's cells and the donor's serum.
b. The recipient's serum and the donor's cells.
The recipient's serum and the donor's serum.
d. The recipient's cells and the donor's serum.
The person performing a crossmatch procedure realized the donor was group O
and the recipient was group A with no evidence of unexpected antibodies. At
which phase of the procedure would you expect to see a react ion?
a. When the albumin is at 37C.
b. Immediately during the spin of saline.
Immediately during the spin of the albumin.
d. None of the above.