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Test Bank for Basic and Applied Concepts of Immunohematology, 2nd Edition, By Kathy D. Blaney, Paula R. Howard, ISBN: 9780323048057, ISBN: 9780323048064, ISBN: 9780323074551
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Foundations: Basic Sciences and Reagents
2. Blood Banking Reagents
3. Genetic Principles of Blood Banking
Overview of the Major Blood Groups
4. ABO and H Blood Group Systems and Secretor Status
5. Rh Blood Group System
6. Other Blood Group Systems
Essentials of Pretransfusion Testing
7. Antibody Detection and Identification
8. Compatibility Testing
Blood Collection, Testing, and Components
9. Donor Selection and Phlebotomy
10. Testing of Donor Blood
11. Blood Component Preparation and Therapy
Clinical Considerations in Immunohematology
12. Adverse Complications of Transfusions
13. Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn
14. Transfusion Therapy in Selected Patients
Quality and Safety Issues
15. Quality Assurance and Regulation of the Blood Industry
16. Safety Issues in the Blood Bank