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One unit of packed red blood cells will elevate the hematocrit by about 3%.
Long-term, transfusion of packed red blood cells leads to iron overload.
Whole blood is collected to make packed red blood cells and plasma for transfusion.
In those in shock O-negative packed red blood cells are recommended.
One was to Ellen, who was, for the first time, receiving a transfusion of packed red blood cells.
Typically higher ratios of fresh frozen plasma and platelets are given relative to packed red blood cells.
In these situations, the only alternatives are blood transfusions, packed red blood cells, or oxygen therapeutics (if available).
"PRBC" may also refer to packed red blood cells.
Packed red blood cells or whole blood are recommended, while platelets and fresh frozen plasma are usually not.
However, the (male) donor blood can be separated into packed red blood cells and plasma within 24 hours (and usually less).
A massive transfusion protocol is typically defined as when it is anticipated that more than ten units of packed red blood cells will be needed.
If the person remains in shock after initial resuscitation packed red blood cells should be administered to keep the hemoglobin greater than 100 gms/l.
Up to thirty percent of patients respond to a regimen of biweekly transfusions of packed red blood cells.
Packed red blood cells, which are made in this way from whole blood with the plasma removed, are used in transfusion medicine.
Some HCL patients will require blood transfusions of platelets or packed red blood cells.
When a transfusion is needed, the person should be given whole blood (blood that has not been separated into its different parts) or packed red blood cells.
All packed red blood cells will have extended antigen matching for C, D, E and Kell to minimize the risk of alloimmunization.
The volume of packed red blood cells divided by the total volume of the blood sample gives the PCV.
The mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration, a measure of the concentration of hemoglobin in a given volume of packed red blood cells.
Units of packed red blood cells are typically only recommended when a patient's either hemoglobin level falls below 10g/dL or hematocrit falls below 30% (10/30 rule).
The general problem was that solutions of acellular haemoglobin were not as effective at oxygenation as packed red blood cells because of their high affinity for oxygen.
Packed red blood cells (pRBC) are red blood cells that have been donated, processed, and stored in a blood bank for blood transfusion.
Depending on the specific parameters unique to each patient's diagnostic plan, samples collected for analysis can range from whole blood, urine, plasma, serum, to even packed red blood cells.
This product underwent phase III clinical trials for coronary artery bypass grafting procedures and was determined to decrease the need for transfused packed red blood cells.
Nevertheless, in augmenting replacement of whole blood lost in catastrophic haemorrhage, FFP replacement must be considered along with replacement of packed red blood cells.
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