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Direct antiglobulin ("Coombs") test-negative autoimmune hemolytic anemia: a review.
Segel GB and Lichtman MA. Blood Cells Mol Dis 2014 - Review. PMID 24411920
We have reviewed the literature to identify and characterize reports of warm-antibody type, autoimmune hemolytic anemia in which the standard direct antiglobulin reaction was negative but a confirmatory test indicated that the red cells were opsonized with antibody. ...In cases in which the phenotype is compatible with warm-antibody type, autoimmune hemolytic anemia and the direct antiglobulin test is negative, an alternative method to detect low levels of IgG sensitization, use of 4°C, low ionic strength washes to prepare the cells for the direct antiglobulin test reaction to permit retention and identification of low affinity IgG antibodies, and, if the latter are uninformative, testing for sensitization with an anti-IgA, and, if necessary, an anti-IgM reagent identifies cases of warm-antibody type, immune hemolysis not verified by a commercial reagent....
We have reviewed the literature to identify and characterize reports of warm-antibody type, autoimmune hemolytic anemia in which the standar …
The Coombs test.
Matthews J and Newton S. Clin J Oncol Nurs 2010 - Review. PMID 20350887
The Coombs test, established as a clinical tool in 1945 by R.R. Coombs, usually is ordered when hemolytic anemia is suspected or if a transfusion reaction has occurred. An overview of the etiologies of these two conditions will increase oncology nurses' understanding of what is measured with a Coombs test and increase the understandings of why a Coombs test is ordered, what diagnosis is suspected, and what patient populations are at highest risk for transfusion reactions....
The Coombs test, established as a clinical tool in 1945 by R.R. Coombs, usually is ordered when hemolytic anemia is sus …
The Direct Antiglobulin Test: Indications, Interpretation, and Pitfalls.
Parker V and Tormey CA. Arch Pathol Lab Med 2017 - Review. PMID 28134589
The direct antiglobulin test (DAT; sometimes referred to as the "Coombs" test) continues to be one of the most widely used assays in laboratory medicine. ...The overall objective of our review is to provide practicing pathologists with a guide to identify situations when the DAT is useful and to highlight disease-specific shortcomings as well as general pitfalls of the test. ...
The direct antiglobulin test (DAT; sometimes referred to as the "Coombs" test) continues to be one of the most widely u …
Comparison of a Novel Test (ODAK Brucella Coombs Gel Test) with Commonly Used Serological Tests in Human Brucellosis.
Borsa BA, et al. Clin Lab 2016. PMID 28164569
ODAK Brucella Coombs Gel Test is a novel and rapid gel microcolumn agglutination test which is performed in microcolumns containing gel matrix and Coombs antibodies. ...Rose Bengal (RB), ODAK Brucella Coombs Gel Test (CGT), Brucellacapt (BCAP), and Standard Agglutination Test (SAT) were performed for all samples. ...
ODAK Brucella Coombs Gel Test is a novel and rapid gel microcolumn agglutination test which is performed in microcolumn …
Coombs' (antiglobulin) test.
Bove JR. JAMA 1967. PMID 6071612
The chemical and laboratory investigation of hemolysis
Siddon AJ and Tormey CA. Adv Clin Chem 2019 - Review. PMID 30797470
Because of the wide variety of assays used across the spectrum of clinical pathology and potential pitfalls/limitations associated with this testing, the decision of which assay to choose and, perhaps more importantly, how to interpret results, can both be quite challenging. ...
Because of the wide variety of assays used across the spectrum of clinical pathology and potential pitfalls/limitations associated with this …
[Positive Distribution Rate of Coombs Test in Patients with Clinical Anemia and Blood Transfusion and Its Effect on Clinical Blood Transfusion].
Wu G and Duan YH. Zhongguo Shi Yan Xue Ye Xue Za Zhi 2018. PMID 29397848 Chinese.
OBJECTIVE: To study the positive distribution rate of Coombs test in patients with clinical anemia and blood transfusion, and its effect on clinical blood transfusion. ...And coomb' s test performed for all the patients, in which the positive patients in Department of Internal Medicine need to be re-typed. ...
OBJECTIVE: To study the positive distribution rate of Coombs test in patients with clinical anemia and blood transfusion, and …
The Coombs' test in veterinary medicine: past, present, future.
Wardrop KJ. Vet Clin Pathol 2005 - Review. PMID 16270256
The Coombs' test, also known as the antiglobulin test, is used most frequently in veterinary medicine as an aid in the diagnosis of immune-mediated hemolytic anemia. ...False-positive and false-negative test results can be obtained. Inadequate sensitivity of the standard test in human and veterinary medicine has necessitated development of alternate, more sensitive technologies....
The Coombs' test, also known as the antiglobulin test, is used most frequently in veterinary medicine as an aid in the …
[Comparison of a new and rapid method, Brucella Coombs gel test with the other methods in the serological diagnosis of brucellosis].
İrvem A, et al. Mikrobiyol Bul 2015. PMID 26167818 Turkish. Free article.
However false negative results can be seen in STA test due to the existence of blocking antibodies, this test should be verified with Coombs anti-Brucella (CAB) or immunocapture agglutination (ICA) tests. In recent years Brucella Coombs gel test (ODAK Brucella Coombs Gel Test, Toprak Medikal, Turkey) developed in our country, was available as a new and rapid agglutination based method. ...
However false negative results can be seen in STA test due to the existence of blocking antibodies, this test should be verifi …
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