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Journal May 2012 (Vol 33, No 5)

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Idiosyncrasies in Feline Blood Transfusions by DeeDee Schumacher , CVT, VTS (ECC), MEd

1. Which blood type is most common in cats in the United States?
2. Neonatal isoerythrolysis can be prevented by
3. If as little as ___ mL of an incompatible type of blood is given to a cat, a severe, life-threatening reaction can occur.
4. ______ antigen is an RBC antigen found in ~94% of domestic shorthaired cats in the United States.
5. Crossmatching tests for
6. Incompatibility reactions can be prevented by
7. Feline blood donors should have a PCV of at least
8. Blood collected using an open collection system
9. Component therapy is preferred because
10. Whole blood can be separated into
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