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RBC RBC Transfusion Cross matching

Which of the following best characterizes a major crossmatch for a red blood cell transfusion?
A. Guarantees survival of infused donor RBCs
B. Negative patient antibody screen usually correlates with a compatible crossmatch
C. Prevents febrile transfusion reactions
D. Prevents formation of antibodies against donor blood group antigens
E. Prevents transmission of infectious diseases
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B. Negative patient antibody screen usually correlates with a compatible crossmatch
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i guess it is B
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D. Prevents formation of antibodies against donor blood group antigens
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D would be correct.
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B. Negative patient antibody screen usually correlates with a compatible crossmatch
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seems 'B'.do let us know if you know the right answer.
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Which of the following best characterizes a major crossmatch for a red blood cell transfusion?
A. Guarantees survival of infused donor RBCs
B. Negative patient antibody screen usually correlates with a compatible crossmatch
C. Prevents febrile transfusion reactions
D. Prevents formation of antibodies against donor blood group antigens
E. Prevents transmission of infectious diseases
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