This publication describes many of the fine points concerning the unique requirements for neonatal transfusion.
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The unique requirements for neonatal transfusion affect many processes and procedures in the continuum from collection and selection of blood components to the methods of administration. This publication describes many of these fine points, including the importance of communication between clinical staff, laboratory personnel, and the neonate’s parents; component processing techniques such as irradiation, filtration, and aliquoting; effects of component storage and preservation; and blood administration concerns (eg, venous access, infusion pumps, blood warming).
(2012, AABB, 32 pages, digital, ISBN 978-1-56395-848-9)