Blood Transfusions in Babies
What problems could happen?
Allergic reactions, fever, or hives,Infections, including CMV, HIV, or hepatitis,A reaction to the new blood that can cause your regular blood cells or body tissue to break down,Kidney or lung problems,Low blood sugar or electrolyte problems,Donor blood attacks the body,Too much fluid or iron in your body
What are other common names?
Allergic Reaction to Blood,Blood Infusion,Blood Transfer,PRBC,Reaction to Infusion,Transfusion Reaction,Whole Blood
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