J & B Clinical Card: Hematologic Emergencies
A Four-Color, 6-Panel Clinical Card Measuring 3.75 X 7.5 Inches That Presents Pertinent Clinical Information About Hematologic Emergencies In A Quick-Reference Format! Durable And Compact, This Card Is UV Varnished For Long Life And Is The Perfect Portable Reference For Busy Health Care Professionals.
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Acquired Hemophilia Acquired Methemoglobinemia Acute Hemolytic Transfusion Acute Lung Injury AHTR alveolar anemia antigen arterial thrombosis assay Background and Clinical bind blood gas analysis catheters cells/mm Clinical Setting Coagulation studies Common Clinical Features Complete blood count Corticosteroids Cryoprecipitate Crystalloid cyclophosphamide cytokine decrease diagnosis of TTP Diagnostic Evaluation due to cerebral Dyspnea edema epitopes erythrocytes Etiologies exposure factor VIII fever formation of IgG Fresh frozen plasma hemoglobin Hemoglobinuria hemolysis Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction hemorrhage heparin compounds Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia heparin-PF4 complex hypercoagulability hyperkalemia Hypotension hypoxia IgG antibodies directed inhibitor level intravascular Intravenous l l Pathophysiology leukocytosis Methemoglobin NCPE necrosis normal P02 oxidant drugs oxygen packed red cells pain due platelet count pulmonary vasculature recipient neutrophils Recombinant factor refractory release resulting Serum Setting I Acquired Subcutaneous Table Tachypnea thrombin thrombus tissue Topical benzocaine TRALI Transfusion of ABO-incompatible transfusion therapy Transfusion-Associated Acute Lung Treatment and Prognosis Unfractionated heparin UFH Vasopressors wrong patient