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Case Report A Case of Severe Anemia Due to Anti Ce in Transfused Patient
Young Jae Kim, Kun Moo Lee, Soon Ho Jeong, Young Kyun Choe, Jin Woo Park, Chee Mahn Shin, Ju Yuel Park

Department of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, In Je University, Pusan, Korea.
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Intraoperative massive bleeding requires fluid therapy and blood transfusion. But transfusion may elicit infection, hemolytic reaction, hemostatic disorder and other complication. Individuals often produce antibodies to the alleles which lack in ABO and Rh system. Such antibodies are responsible for the most serious reaction to transfusions. Antibodies may occur "naturally" or in response to sensitization from a previous transfusion or pregnancy. We report a case of severe anemic patient who had Anti Ce due to previous transfusion and was not transfused for several hours because of incompatible cross-matching. His Rh phenotype is revealed cDE.

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