exchange transfusion

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slow removal of a person's blood and its replacement with equal amounts of a donor's blood

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Treatment was graded as described in Wintrobe's Haematology [6] (Grade 0- no treatment, Grade 1- phototherapy alone, Grade 2- phototherapy and IVIG, Grade 3-phototherapy, IVIG and single exchange transfusion, Grade 4-phototherapy, IVIG and multiple exchange transfusions) haemoglobin levels, disease severity and intensity of treatment were recorded.
The patient was treated by applying phototherapy for 28 hours without the need for advanced treatment methods such as intravenous immunoglobulin or exchange transfusion.
Predictors of repeat exchange transfusion for severe neonatal hyperbilirubinemia.
Efficacy and safety of exchange transfusion as an adjunct therapy for severe Plasmodium falciparum malaria in non-immune travelers: a 10-year single-center experience with a standardized treatment protocol.
Phototherapy was given to all neonates while exchange transfusion was performed in 5% who had total serum bilirubin [greater than or equal to] 20 mg/dl.
Other frequent indications were neonatal exchange transfusions, 1460 of 2202 (66.
Changes in haematology and blood chemistry before and after exchange transfusion are shown in Table 3.
Brucella melitensis in blood cultures of two newborns due to exchange transfusion.
Keywords: Neonatal hyperbilirubinaemia, Sensorineural hearing loss, Kernicterus, Exchange transfusion.
The initial transfusion should be an exchange transfusion and may be followed by simple transfusions.
The neonates were predominantly treated with phototherapy and a small minority required exchange transfusion.
In addition to the initiation of the massive transfusion protocol, additional treatments that may be helpful in managing the coagulopathy of AFE include tranexamic acid, recombinant factor Vila (rFVIIa), and exchange transfusion.
The exclusion criteria comprised signs of sepsis, electrolyte impairment, any congenital anomalies or diseases, seizure, formula feeding, hemolytic disease, and need for exchange transfusion.
On day 5, the patient underwent a 300-mL volume exchange transfusion because of increasing oxygen requirement, despite continuous positive airway pressure (fraction of inspired oxygen 50%) and increased leukocyte count (64 cells/[mm.