Continuing Education

TRAM201 - Pretransfusion Testing and Basic Investigative Techniques

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Pre-Requisite: TRAM101

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Course Overview

This course builds on TRAM101, using the foundations of ABO and Rh blood group systems to interpret pretransfusion test results and select appropriate donor red cells for transfusion. You will examine how other blood group systems may influence pretransfusion test results and donor selection, as well as methodologies used to perform serological testing. Discuss investigative techniques and procedures pertaining to pre and postnatal care, Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn (HDFN) and Hemolytic Transfusion Reactions.

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