:: Volume 18, Issue 2 (Summer 2021) ::
Sci J Iran Blood Transfus Organ 2021, 18(2): 87-96 Back to browse issues page
Survey on the blood transfusion-related reactions in blood recipients referred to Hamadan hospitals in 2018-2019
F. Amiri , H. Jambbozorg, M. Biglarii, A. Mohammadi, M. Afshari, S.M.R. Seyedi
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Background and Objectives
Blood transfusion like other medical interventions has some complications known as blood transfusion reactions. The record of these reactions is helpful in their management and patients treatments. This study has aimed to evaluate the rate of the reactions due to the transfusion of blood components among blood recipients who have had complications in hospitals of Hamadan.
Materials and Methods
In this cross sectional and retrospective study, the data of all 116 completed reports of possible reactions after transfusion of blood and blood components during 2018 and 2019 were inserted in to SPSS software version 16. The Data were analyzed using T-test, Chi-square and Fisher’s exact test. The significance level was determined as p < 0.05.
Based on the results, in a specialized blood hospital and four general hospitals, allergic reactions make the most common complication with 63 cases (53.4%) followed by febrile non hemolytic reactions with 28 cases (24.1%). A meaningful correlation was observed between RBC containing blood components and febrile non hemolytic reactions (p = 0.02). 68 patients  (58.6% cases) had a history of transfusion of blood products and 78 patients (67.2%) had no history of blood disease.
Allergic and febrile non hemolytic reactions had the highest prevalence in blood recipients. The administration of products containing RBC was related to febrile non hemolytic reactions of recipients.
Keywords: Blood Transfusion, Transfusion reactions, Blood sefety
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Blood Transfusion
Published: 2021/07/1

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