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23 January, 23:47

Which term describes a blood transfusion reaction in which an antigen-antibody reaction in the recipient is caused by an incompatibility between red blood cell antigens and antibodies?

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  1. 24 January, 00:06
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    The correct answer will be - Hemolytic transfusion reaction

    Explanation:

    Transfusion reactions are called the adverse events which are caused by the transfusion of either one component of the blood or the whole blood.

    The transfusion reactions which occur due to the incompatibility reactions of the recipient and the transfused product are called immune-mediated transfusion reaction.

    When the incompatibility between the donor red blood cells and the recipient antibodies is observed in the organism, the condition is known as Hemolytic transfusion reaction as it destroys the red blood cells of the donor. This can produce adverse effects on the patient.

    Thus, Hemolytic transfusion reaction is the correct answer.
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