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  1. What is the shelf life (closed and open) of whole blood
    • closed: depends on preservative 21-42 days
    • open:24 hours
  2. What is the shelf life (closed and open) of packed rbcs
    • closed: depends on preservative (21-42 days)
    • open: 24 hours
  3. What is the shelf life (frozen and thawed) of FFP
    • frozen: 1 year
    • thawed: 24 hours in 37 degree water bath
  4. What is the shelf life (frozen, thawed and single/pooled open) of cryoprecipitate?
    • frozen: 1 year
    • thawed and not entered: 6 hours
    • open: 4 hours
  5. What is the shelf life (closed and open) of random platlets?
    • single/random closed: 5 days
    • open: 4 hours
  6. What is the shelf life (closed and open) of pheresis single donor platelets?
    • closed: 5 days
    • open: 4 hours
  7. What is the shelf life of pheresis granulocyte concentrates?
    24 hours
  8. What is the storage and transportation temperature of granulocyte concentrates?
    20-24 degrees on gel packs
  9. What is the storage and transportation temperature of cryoprecipitate?
    • stored at -18 degrees
    • thawed 20-24 degrees
    • transport on dry ice for frozen and gel packs for thawed
  10. What is the storage and transportation temperature of random plts?
    • stored 20-24 degrees with agitation
    • transported 20-24 degrees in between 2 gel packs-max of 24 hours ( closed)
  11. What is the storage and transportation temperature of single donor plts?
    opened or closed: 20-24 hours with agitation
  12. What is the storage and transportation temperature of FFP?
    • frozen: -18 degree storage
    • thawed: 1-6 degrees
    • transport on dry ice -18 degrees (frozen)
    • transport on wet ice 1-10 degrees (thawed)
  13. What is the storage and transportation temperature of whole blood?
    • 1-6 degrees storage
    • 1-10 degrees transport within 24 hours on wet ice.
  14. What is the storage and transportation temperature of packed rbc?
    • store 1-6 degrees within 8 hours collection
    • transport 1-10 degrees 24 hours on wet ice
  15. Therapeutic uses of whole blood
    • rarely used
    • in cases of symptomatic anemia with Large volume loss
  16. Therapeutic uses of packed rbc
    • symptomatic anemia NOT corrected by specific meds
    • blood loss
  17. Therapeutic uses of FFP
    • 1. multiple coag factor deficiency : liver dz & DIC
    • 2. TTP: thrombotic thromocytopenic purpura

    3. Not for volume therapy or coagulopathy if treatable with meds
  18. Therapeutic uses of cryo
    • control bleeding associated with:
    • 1. hypofibrinogenemia
    • 2. von willebrands dz
    • 3. factorVIII deficiency-hemophilia A
    • 4. Factor XIII deficiency
    • 5. fibrin glue-topical
  19. Therapeutic uses of granulocyte concentrates
    • 1. severe neutropenia
    • 2. bacterial or fungal infection not treatable with antibiotics
  20. Therapeutic uses of random plts
    • correct thromocytopenia due to decreased fxn, production or consumption
    • bleeding
    • dic

    not for itp, ttp or sepsis--heat destroys plts
  21. Therapeutic uses of single donor plts
    • correct thromocytopenia due to decreased fxn, production or consumption
    • bleeding
    • dic

    not for itp, ttp or sepsis--heat destroys plts
  22. Expected therapeutic benifits of single donor plts
    1 unit increases plt count 30-60,000 (equivalent to 6 randoms)
  23. Expected therapeutic benifits of random plts
    1 unit increases plt count 5-10,000
  24. Expected therapeutic benifits of cyro
    one IU increases factor VIII/Kg of body weight by 2%
  25. Expected therapeutic benifits of granulocytic concentrations
    none listed
  26. Expected therapeutic benifits of whole blood
    increases Oxygen and volume expansion
  27. Expected therapeutic benifits of packed RBCs
    • increase oxygen
    • 1 unit will increase Hgb by 1g/dL or by 3%
  28. Expected therapeutic benifits of FFP
    increase factor levels by 20-30% per dose of 10-15 mL/Kg of body weight
  29. Compatibility testing and Administration of FFP
    • no xmatch
    • need ABO/plasma compatible
    • Administer: thawed in 37 degrees within <4 hours
  30. Compatibility testing and Administration of whole blood
    • must x match and ABO compatible
    • admin: as fast as patient can tolerate with in 24 hours
  31. Compatibility testing and Administration of rbcs
    • must be xmatched and ABO compatible
    • Rh negs cells for Rh neg patients
    • Admin: <4 hours as fast as patient can handle
  32. Compatibility testing and Administration of random plts?
    • no xmatch
    • abo compatible
    • admin: <4 hours 1 unit/Kg of body weight
  33. Compatibility testing and Administration of single donor plts
    • no xmatch, abo compatible
    • maybe: HLA on plts may be match to pt, may need xmatch if containing . 5 mLs of RBCs
  34. Compatibility testing and Administration of cryo
    • no xmatch, ABO compatible, Rh not required
    • admin <4 hours in intervals
  35. Compatibility testing and Administration of granulocyte concentrates
    • x match, abo compatible & irradiated '
    • admin asap: 2-4 hours

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