An Adverse Pulmonary Reaction to Cryoprecipitate in a Hemophiliac

E. P. Reese, Jeffrey Mc Cullough, P. R. Craddock

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An adult with classic Hemophilia A experienced a very severe reaction to transfusion with cryoprecipitate which was manifested as an adverse pulmonary reaction with marked hypoxemia in spite of oxygen therapy. The patient had neither leukoagglutinins nor lymphocytoxic, anti‐platelet, or anti‐Gm antibodies. His IgA level was normal. The possibility that debris in the cryoprecipitate from leukocytes and platelets contributed to the reaction is discussed. 1975 AABB

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)583-588
Number of pages6
Issue number6
StatePublished - 1975


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