The source of blood transfusion typically uses oneâs own blood which is termed as autologous transfusion. Someone else's blood termed allogeneic or homologous transfusion. Allogenic transfuson is much more familiar than homologous. Whole blood is commonly donated intravenously by collecting it with an anticoagulant. Blood bank supplies blood by testing, separation into components, storage and administration to the recipient. This enables the management and investigation of any suspected transfusion related disease transmission or transfusion reaction. Hemolytic transfusion reaction is a serious problem that occurs after a patient receives a transfusion of blood. The blood components received by the patient are destroyed by the patient immune system. Possible complications for the transfusion reactions are acute kidney failure, Anemia, lungs problem, shock etc.
Journal of blood disorders & transfusion is a peer reviewed open access journal which ensures the quality of published article. This peer reviewed blood disorders & transfusion Journal thus gives the world class scientist a barrier free access to the research work. Each article should pass through a single blinded review process in which two independent review comments followed by Editorâs decision is needed to process the article further
Last date updated on July, 2014