Blood Transplantation, Thrombosis and Hemostasis

A blood transfusion is a frequent medical operation in which donated blood is injected into a vein and administered to the recipient. It is a life-saving technique that assists in the restoration of blood loss caused by surgery or injury. These frequently happen in the absence of any barriers. When issues do occur, they are usually minor. A thrombus is the end result of the blood coagulation process, which is also known as a blood clot. The two components of thrombus are red blood cells and aggregated platelets, which combine to produce a cross-linked fibrin protein. The creation of a blood clot within a blood vessel is known as thrombosis. It prevents blood from flowing freely through the circulatory system. Hemostasis is a clotting-control mechanism. The first stage of wound healing is referred to as this.

  • Acute & delayed transfusion reactions
  • Noninfectious serious hazards of transfusion

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