incompatibility

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incompatibility

[‚in·kəm‚pad·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(immunology)
Genetic or antigenic differences between donor and recipient tissues that result in a rejection response.
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Value of the coombs test in ABO incompatibility. An Esp Pediatr 1991;35(4):248-50.
Conclusion: ABO incompatibility as a common cause of jaundice was seen in 23% neonates.
For ABO incompatibility, clinical symptoms identifiable through nursing assessment can develop after as little as 10 ml have been transfused.
(n=24) (n=36) 1 Rh incompatibility 5 4 2 ABO incompatibility 9 10 3 Rh and ABO incompatibility 2 4 4 G6PD deficiency 0 2 5 Cephalhematoma 0 2 6 Unidentified 8 9 Table 6.
It has been reported that ABO incompatibility has been the most common cause in patients with severe hyperbilirubinemia who received exchange transfusion.416 In our study ABO incompatibility was found to be the most common etiologic factor in newborns with severe hyperbilirubinemia which is consistent with the literature.
The present study concludes that breast feeding/nonfeeding is the most common cause of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia in areas near Shri Ram Murti Smarak Institute Of Medical Sciences, a tertiary care teaching hospital, followed by other causes like breast milk jaundice, jaundice due to prematurity, neonatal sepsis, neonatal hypothyroidism, Congenital biliary atresia & ABO incompatibility.
Recent reports show controversial results regarding the effect of ABO incompatibility on the outcome of HSCT, ranging from adverse impact on the transplantation outcome [4] to no evidence of a substantial effect [5,11].
Although the baby was premature, the diagnosis that prompted her admission to the NICU was ABO incompatibility, a condition that can appear in both premature and fullterm babies and part of a broader family of conditions that includes Rh incompatibility [10].
*Pre-existing immunologic barriers (e.g., anti-HLA antibodies or ABO incompatibility) to successful transplantation;
"You can look at risk factors such as prematurity, breast-feeding, early discharge, cephalhematoma, ABO incompatibility, previous child with jaundice, and so on," Dr.
Unreliability of immediate spin crossmacht to detect ABO incompatibility. Transfusion 1985; 25: 589-591.
Note: AMR = antibody-mediated rejection; CMV-HG = CMV hyperimmune globulin; DSA = donor specific antibody; HLA = human leukocyte antigen; PP = plasmapheresis; XM = crossmatch Table 3 ABO Incompatible Protocol Steps Purpose Confirm ABO incompatibility and To establish need for initiation measure antibody titer to foreign of protocol and determine number blood group.