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Journal May 2013 (Vol 34, No 5)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Clinical Pathology Close-up: Blood Typing Test by Margi Sirois , EdD, MS, RVT

1. The most serious transfusion reactions in canine patients occur in dogs positive for _______ that are given mismatched transfusions.
2. The vast majority of cats in the United States have type ___ blood.
3. A major crossmatch involves mixing
4. An agglutination reaction with evidence of many small agglutinates and some free cells would be designated as grade
5. The primary method of blood typing in reference laboratories is
6. Canine agglutination blood typing is used to determine whether dogs are positive for
7. Neonatal isoerythrolysis has been documented in kittens of type __ queens.
8. The card agglutination assay for blood typing requires a sample collected with
9. A minor crossmatch involves mixing
10. The most serious transfusion reactions in feline patients occur in cats with type ___ blood given mismatched transfusions.
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