Please note: This is a Single Viewer eCast registration for one participant for this eCast for both the live and on-demand version of this eCast. If you are interested in presenting this program to a group, please see the “eCast Registration Form– Group Viewing” form on the eCast program page.
Access instructions for the live eCast will be provided via email approximately 2-3 business days prior to the live program date. Access instructions for the on-demand version of this program will be provided via email approximately 7-10 business days after the live program has occurred and the on-demand version is available. If registering after the on-demand version is available, access is granted via the AABB Education Website at https://education.aabb.org.
Program Description: This program is intended as an introduction and/or refresher on “high titer low avidity” (HTLA) reactivity that often present a challenge to identify and work around. Within the lecture portion of the program, learners will receive background on the blood group antigens associated with these tricky reactivity patterns. Learners will also be presented with methods and techniques used in the laboratory to identify these antibodies. Case studies will conclude the session to provide examples of how these antibodies may present within a patient case.