A major crossmatch will detect:
a. Most Rh typing errors.
b. All ABO grouping errors.
All unexpected antibodies.
d. Antibodies in the recipient's serum that react with antigens on the donor's red
e. All the above.
Great care must be taken during collection of the recipient's blood to ensure
positive identification of the:
a. Donor's ABO group and Rh type.
b. Donor and donor unit of blood.
Patient's ABO group and Rh type.
d. Patient and patient blood sample.
What must be done during pretransfusion testing if a discrepancy is noted
between the blood request form and the label on the recipient's blood sample?
a. Cancel the transfusion.
b. Draw a new blood sample.
Relabel the blood sample.
d. Rewrite the blood request form.