TEST IT Gel Neutral

The ABO system is the most important blood group system in transfusion practise and was the first human blood group system to be discovered by Landsteiner in 1900. The ABO blood group is defined by the presence or absence of the A and/or B antigens on the surface of human red blood cells and by the presence or absence of antibodies in the serum corresponding to the antigen or antigens missing in the red blood cells. The results of the human blood group should be confirmed by detecting the presence or absence of corresponding antibodies in serum using known A1 and B red blood cells, known as reverse
grouping. The reaction between the red blood cell antigens and their corresponding antibodies is easily detected in an agglutination reaction . The agglutination reaction in the saline technique occurs when the antigens contact the antibodies in a saline medium The polyspecific Anti-human Globulin Test is based on the use of anti-human globulin that allows the detection of red blood cells coated with immunoglobulin (IgG) and/or complement fractions The Indirect Antiglobulin Test allows the detection of red blood cell antibodies present in the patient's serum or plasma by in vitro sensitization of red blood cells.
The crossmatch method for a testing one person’s serum/plasma against another person’s red blood cells to check and see if there is an incompatibility (primarily in the ABO and Rh systems). There are actually two main types of crossmatch: “Major” and “Minor.” Major crossmatches test donor RBCs against recipient serum/plasma, Minor crossmatches assess compatibility between donor serum/plasma and recipient RBCs. The major crossmatch, as a core part of pretransfusion testing, serves as the final check of ABO compatibility between a donor and a recipient.

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Producer:

TÜRKLAB TIBBI MALZEMELER SAN VE TIC A.Ş.

Country of production:

TURKEY

Article:

TG115

Brief description:

The ABO system is the most important blood group system in transfusion practise and was the first human blood group system to be discovered by Landsteiner in 1900. The ABO blood group is defined by the presence or absence of the A and/or B antigens on the surface of human red blood cells and by the presence or absence of antibodies in the serum corresponding to the antigen or antigens missing in the red blood cells. The results of the human blood group should be confirmed by detecting the presence or absence of corresponding antibodies in serum using known A1 and B red blood cells, known as reverse
grouping. The reaction between the red blood cell antigens and their corresponding antibodies is easily detected in an agglutination reaction . The agglutination reaction in the saline technique occurs when the antigens contact the antibodies in a saline medium The polyspecific Anti-human Globulin Test is based on the use of anti-human globulin that allows the detection of red blood cells coated with immunoglobulin (IgG) and/or complement fractions The Indirect Antiglobulin Test allows the detection of red blood cell antibodies present in the patient's serum or plasma by in vitro sensitization of red blood cells.
The crossmatch method for a testing one person’s serum/plasma against another person’s red blood cells to check and see if there is an incompatibility (primarily in the ABO and Rh systems). There are actually two main types of crossmatch: “Major” and “Minor.” Major crossmatches test donor RBCs against recipient serum/plasma, Minor crossmatches assess compatibility between donor serum/plasma and recipient RBCs. The major crossmatch, as a core part of pretransfusion testing, serves as the final check of ABO compatibility between a donor and a recipient.

Appointment:

Antibody screening and identification with enzymatic technique, crossmatch tests, autocontrol, red blood cell typing and determination of reverse ABO grouping.

Materials provided:

Gel cards and instructions for use.

Materials required but not provided:

TEST IT Red Blood Cell Reagents
TEST IT Bromelin or Papain
TEST IT LISS Solution
Pipette
Disposable pipette tips
Disposable tubes for suspension
Gel Card Centrifuge [Centrifugation time & speed: 990 rpm (130 x g) / 9 minutes]
Gel Card Incubator

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