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PEMERIKSAAN LABORATORIUM PADA REAKSI TRANSFUSI DARAH

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REAKSI REAKSI TRANSFUSI DARAH


Bila dilaksanakan pemeriksaan laboratorium pratransfusi darah, mayoritas transfusi darah tidak memberikan efek samping ke pada pasien Namun, kadang kadang timbul reaksi pada pasien, walaupun pemeriksaan laboratorium pra-transfusi darah telah dilaksanakan dan hasilnya COMPATIBLE (= cocok antara darah resipien dan donor)

Reaksi: reaksi RINGAN (suhu meningkat, sakit kepala) s/d BERAT (reaksi hemolisis), bahkan dapat meninggal

KOMPLIKASI TRANSFUSI DARAH


Komplikasi LOKAL: - kegagalan memperoleh akses vena - fiksasi vena tidak baik - masalah ditempat tusukan - vena pecah saat ditusuk, dll Komplikasi UMUM: - reaksi reaksi transfusi - penularan/transmisi penyakit infeksi - sensitisasi imunologis

CLERICAL ERROR
Kesalahan administrasi kesalahan manusia

REAKSI TRANSFUSI DARAH


Reaksi Tranfusi Darah AKUT: hemolitik, panas, alergi, hipervolume, sepsis bakteria, lung injury, dll Reaksi Transfusi Darah LAMBAT

REAKSI REAKSI TRANSFUSI DARAH


Yang paling sering timbul: - reaksi febris - reaksi alergi - reaksi hemolitik

REAKSI FEBRIS
Nyeri kepala menggigil dan gemetar tiba tiba suhu meningkat Reaksi jarang berat Berespon terhadap pengobatan

REAKSI ALERGI
Reaksi alergi berat (anafilaksis): jarang Urtikaria kulit, bronkospasme moderat, edema larings: respon cepat terhadap pengobatan

REAKSI HEMOLITIK
REAKSI YANG PALING BERAT Diawali oleh reaksi: - antibodi dalam serum pasien >< antigen corresponding pada eritrosit donor - antibodi dalam plasma donor >< antigen corresponding pada eritrosit pasien Reaksi hemolitik: - intravaskular - ekstravaskular

REAKSI HEMOLITIK
REAKSI INTRAVASKULAR: - hemolisis dalam sirkulasi darah - jaundice dan hemoglobinemia - antibodi IgM - paling bahaya anti-A dan anti-B spesifik dari sistem ABO - fatal akibat perdarahan tidak terkontrol dan gagal ginjal

REAKSI HEMOLITIK
REAKSI EKSTRAVASKULAR: - jarang sehebat reaksi intravaskular - reaksi fatal jarang - disebabkan antibodi IgG destruksi eritrosit via makrofag - menimbulkan penurunan tiba- tiba kadar Hb s/d 10 hari pascatransfusi

REAKSI REAKSI TRANSFUSI DARAH


Bila dilaksanakan pemeriksaan laboratorium pratransfusi darah, mayoritas transfusi darah tidak memberikan efek samping ke pada pasien Namun, kadang kadang timbul reaksi pada pasien, walaupun pemeriksaan laboratorium pra-transfusi darah telah dilaksanakan dan hasilnya COMPATIBLE (= cocok antara darah resipien dan donor)

Reaksi: reaksi RINGAN (suhu meningkat, sakit kepala) s/d BERAT (reaksi hemolisis), bahkan dapat meninggal

GOLONGAN DARAH

A,B, AB, O Rhesus + / Golongan darah jarang

Sistem golongan darah eritrosit utama pada manusia


Tahun ditemukan 1901 1926 1926 1940 1945 1946 1946 1950 1951 1955 1956 1962 1965 1967 1974 Sistem Antigen utama pada eritrosit H,A,B M,N,S,s P1,p D,C,E,c,e Lua.Lub K,k,Kpa,Kpb,Kpc,Jsa,Jsb Lea,Leb Fya,Fyb Jka,Jkb Dia,Dib Yta,Ytb Xga Doa,Dob Coa,Cob Sc1,Sc2 Antibodi timbul secara alamiah Selalu Tak Kadang kadang Tak Tak Tak Kadang kadang Tak Tak Tak Tak Tak Tak Tak Tak

ABO MNSs P Rh Lutheran (Lu) Kell Lewis (Le) Duffy (Fy) Kidd (Jk) Diego (Di) Cartwright (Yt) Xg Dombrock (Do) Colton (Co) Scianna (Sc)

Golongan darah ABO


Fenotip Genotip Antigen eritrosit H Antibodi serum Anti-A Anti-B Anti-B Frekuensi Kaukasia Oriental 45 30

OO

A1

A1A1 A1O A1A2 A2A2 A2O BB BO A1B A2B

A + A1

41 A2 B A+H Anti-B (Anti A1) Anti-A 11

38

B + (H)

22

A1B A2B

A + A1 + B A + B + (H)

tidak ada 3 (Anti A1) 10

PEMERIKSAAN SEROLOGI GOLONGAN DARAH PRA TRANSFUSI


PEMERIKSAAN GOLONGAN DARAH ABO dan Rhesus pada PASIEN DAN DONOR Pemeriksaan CROSSMATCHING (reaksi kecocokan silang) PEMERIKSAAN GOLONGAN DARAH ABO, dari 2 arah: - Cell grouping: ada/tidaknya antigen A atau B pada permukaan eritrosit - Serum grouping (back typing): ada/tidaknya antibodi A, B, AB dalam serum/plasma PEMERIKSAAN GOLONGAN DARAH RHESUS: - hanya antigen-D atau Du yang diperiksa pada eritrosit

PEMBERIAN TRANSFUSI DARAH pada PASIEN


Nilai ulang: - check list pelaksanaan transfusi darah - golongan darah pasien = donor ? - identitas pasien tepat ? - identitas donor dan gol drh donor label merah muda, putih, biru muda, kuning

- awasi selama dan setelah transfusi (tanggung jawab dokter) - awasi reaksi transfusi darah

Table 1. Acute Transfusion Reactions (1)


Type Sign and Symptoms Usual Cause Treatment Prevention

Intravascular Hemoglobinemia and hemolytic hemoglobinuria, fever, (immune) chills, anxiety, shock, DIC, dyspnea, chest pain, flank pain, oliguria identification Extravascular Fever, malaise, indirect Hemolytic hiperbilirubinemia, (immune) increased urine urobilinogen, falling hematocrit

ABO incompatibility (clerical error) or other complement fixing antibody causing antigen antibody incompatibility IgG non-complementfixing antibody often assoclated with delayed hemolysis

Stop transfusion; Avoid clerical hydrate, support errors; ensure blood pressure & proper sample respiration; induce & recipient diuresis; treat shock and DIC, if present Monitor Ht, Avoid clerical renal & hepatic error : ensure function, coagulati proper sample on profile, no acute & recipient treatment generally identification required Stop transfusion; give antipyretic; eg, acetaminophen ; for rigors Use meperidine 2550 mg IV or IM Pre transfusion antipyretic; leukocytereduced blood if recurrent

Febrile

Fever, chill, rarely hypotension

Antibodies to leukocytes or plasma protein; hemolysis; passive cytokines infusion; sepsis. Commonly due to patients underlying condition

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Table 5. Acute Transfusion Reactions (2)


Type Sign and Symptoms Usual Cause Treatment Prevention

Allergic (mild Urticaria (hives), rarely To severe) hypotension or anaphylaxis

Antibodies to plasma Stop transfusion; proteins; rarely anti- give; antihistamine bodies to IgA (PO or IM); if severe, epinephrine and/or steroids

Pre-transfusion antihitamine; washed RBC components, if recurrent or severe check pretransfusion IgA levels in patients with a history of of anaphylaxis to transfusion

Hypervolemic

Dyspnea, hypertension pulmonary edema, cardiac arrhytmias

Too rapid and/or excessive blood transfusion

Induced diuresis; phlebotomy; support cardiorespiratory system as needed

Avoid rapid or excessive transfusion

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Table 5. Acute Transfusion Reactions (3)


Type Sign and Symptoms Usual Cause Treatment Prevention

Transfusionrelated acute lung injuri (TRALI)

Dyspnea, fever pulmonary edema, hypotension, normal pulmonary capillary wedge pressure

HLA or leukocyte Support blood antibodies; usually pressure and donor antibody respiration (may transfused with require intubation) plasma in compo nents

Leukocyte-reduced RBCs if recipient has the antibody; notify transfusion service to quarantine remaining components from donor
Care in blood collection and storage; careful attention to armpreparation for phlebotomy

Bacterial sepsis

Rigors, chills, fever, shock

Contaminated blood component

Stop transfusion; support blood pressure; culture patient and blood unit; give antibiotics ; notify blood transfusion service

DIC = disseminated intravascular coagulation; IV = intravenous; IM = intramuscular; PO = by mouth;RBC = red blood cells

Table 4. Workup of an Acute Transfusion Reaction


If an acute transfusion reaction occurs : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Stop blood component transfusion immediately Verify the correct unit was given to the correct patient Maintain IV access and ensure adequate urine output with an appropriate crystalloid or colloid solution Maintain blood pressure, pulse Maintain adequate ventilation Notify attending physician and blood bank Obtain blood / urine for transfusion reaction workup Send blood bag and administration set to blood transfusion service immediately Blood bank performs workup of suspected transfusion reaction at follows : a. Check paper work to ensure correct blood component was transfused to the right patient b. Evaluate plasma for hemoglobinemia c. Perform direct antiglobulin set d. Repeat other serologic testing as needed (ABO/RH)

If intravascular hemolytic reaction in confirmed 10. Monitor renal status (BUN, creatinine) 11. Initiate a diuresis 12. Analyze urine for hemoglobinuria 13. Monitor coagulation status (prothrombin time, partial tromboplastin time, fibrinogen, platelet count) 14. Monitor for sign of hemolysis (lactate dehydrogenase, bilirubin, haptoglobin, plasma hemoglobin) 15. Repeat compatibility testing (cross match) 16. If sepsis is suspected, culture unit and patients, and treat as appropiate
Adapted from snyder EL. Transfusion reaction. In : Hoffman R, Benz. EF Jr, Shattil SJ, et al. Hematology : Basic Principle and practice, 2nd ed. Ney York : Chruchill Livingstone, 1995 ; 2045-53