Mary’s ABO is A and Rh is Positive
These are the essential antibodies that can never be left out with operating antibody panel as shown in figure referred to are the following:
LISS IS and LISS 37
Kell Jsb and KellKpa
From the above figure, the following are important antibodies that antibody panel or antibody screen cannot rule out.
Kell K antibody,
Duffy Fya antibody
Duffy Fyb antibody,
Duffy Jka antibody,
Duffy Jka antibody,
Duff Jkb antibody
When papain and facin are brought to picture, the following antigen much therefore be enhanced;
The effects of polyethylene glycol (PEG) on the antihuman globulin procedure are that PEG usually give enhancement to the various functions of alloantibodies in the body system (DANIELS & BROMILOW 2011). This it does by ctransforming or changing several micro molecules and available particles of the anti human globulin thus makes it hard to be recognized easily by other available agents.
8.Some of the antibodies identifiable by this panel are the following:
Anti Kell k,Anti ,Anti Kell Jsb,
Anti Lutheran Lub.
There are several antibodies that can never be left aside by this panel and they include:
The Anti Rhesus D,C,E,c,e,f
The Anti Kell K,Fya,Fyb,JKa,JKb
Anti sex Linked Xga,
Anti Lewis Lea, Leb,
Anti MNS S,s,M,N
9. The following are possible antibodies left aside by the panel as shown in figure I-6
Anti Kell Kpa Anti Kell Jsa and Anti Lutheran Lua,
The following are some of the antibodies spotted by ImmuAdd AHG PEG panel :
Anti Rhesus R1R1
Anti Rhesus r’r
Anti Rhesus r”r
And the ones that cannot be left aside:
Anti rhesus R2R2
Anti rhesus R0r1
Anti rhesus rr
10.Following keenly this figures Mary’s most probable Rh genotype are as follows
Rh D, Rh E Rh c , Duffy Fyb
11 . While putting everything into consideration the panel has therefore ruled out this result.
12. A technologist should type at least 8 units not less.
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REID, M. E., LOMAS-FRANCIS, C., & OLSSON, M. (2012). The blood group antigen factsbook. Oxford, Academic.