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Follow-up With Clinical Staff

The patient's physician was notified that compatible blood was unavailable and that the patient's antibody was still being investigated.

When asked whether or not the patient was experiencing a transfusion reaction due to the transfusion of the unmatched and incompatible O Rh negative Red Blood Cells, the nurse in the OR stated that the patient was undergoing surgery and completely sedated. A transfusion reaction was not apparent but they would investigate and closely monitor.

Hemolytic Transfusion Reactions (HTR)
Before proceeding to the next page, make a short list of signs and symptoms associated with immediate hemolytic transfusions reaction and another list associated with delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions.