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If the emergency is not life-threatening, commercial animal blood products such as packed red blood cells and fresh-frozen plasma can be ordered by your veterinarian for overnight delivery anywhere in North America.
The patient's hematocrit continued to drop overnight to 19%; he received an additional 2 units of packed red blood cells and returned to interventional radiology for further evaluation.
* OBJECTIVE To review the literature on the limitations and consequences of packed red blood cell transfusions, with particular attention to critically ill patients.
Plasma and lipids from stored packed red blood cells cause acute lung injury in an animal model.
The artificial red cells, however, are not expected to fulfill all the needs now satisfied by whole blood ro packed red blood cells. Other researchers are studying chemically treated free hemoglobin and an entirely synthetic perfluorocarbon oil emulsion (SN: 8/28/82, p.
Patients in Cohort 5 required less supportive care such as transfusions of platelets or packed red blood cells than seen in previous cohorts.
Fresh frozen platelets and packed red blood cells were transfused owing to worsening haemoglobin and platelet counts.
At 25 weeks gestation, the middle cerebral artery peak systolic velocity was 72.08 cm/second and periumbilical transfusion was performed with type O, Rh positive, K1-, C-, and e-antigen negative, leukoreduced, CMV-safe, sickle-cell negative, irradiated washed packed red blood cells. Ultrasound monitoring was increased to biweekly measurements of middle cerebral artery flow velocity.
On hospital day 3, as the nurse is ready to infuse another unit of packed red blood cells, the patient reaches up, says "Stop!", and prevents the nurse from initiating the transfusion.
These patients may need transfusion of packed red blood cells (PRBCs) and platelets during perioperative period.
Our centrifugally based hematology technology, which we called the Quantitative Bully Coat Analysis, later shortened to QBC, works by expanding the buff), coat, a thin buff-colored layer of cells and platelets that come to rest on top of the packed red blood cells when blood is centrifuged, as in a spun hematocrit.