Up to 20 percent of all transfusions may lead to some type of adverse reaction. Fortunately, most of these reactions are mild and not of long-term consequence to the patient. Transfusion reactions can occur while the transfusion is in process (immediate reactions) or the adverse result may not become apparent for hours to years (delayed reactions). T§b!e...,215-3 outlines the types of acute transfusion reactions and their management and evaluation.
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