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An acute immune hemolytic reaction -- AHTR -- to incompatible donor blood occurs suddenly, usually within an hour of starting the transfusion, although sometimes it may occur immediately after the transfusion. Signs and symptoms may include anxiety, trouble breathing, fever, chills, flushing of the face or severe pain, especially in the lower back. If the person goes into shock, the skin will become cold and clammy, the blood pressure will drop, and the pulse will be rapid and feeble. Later, the person's skin and the whites of the eyes may become yellowed, a condition called jaundice. The severity of the signs and symptoms depend on a number of factors, including how much blood the person received, how fast the blood was flowing, and the condition of the recipient's heart, kidneys and liver.
originally posted by: Quantum12
a reply to: ketsuko
Here is what blood type A means!
General personality of people who have type A blood
—Consider things carefully
—Can understand other people’s feelings easily
—Good at hospitality
—Don’t express themselves in order to avoid possible quarrel
—Do things carefully and steadily, and don’t take the next step if they are not satisfied
—Honor student types who don’t go off the rail
—Big on cleanliness
—Can be calm even when accidents happen
—Strong on taking responsibility
Look your meaning up!