Case Study Two, continued

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Case Study Two, continued

A DAT using monospecific reagents would help to determine immune sensitization of red blood cells. Usually only IgG is detected on the RBCs when antibodies produced in response to penicillin is the cause of the positive DAT. However, C3 in addition to IgG could also be detected.