Need to report a Transfusion Reaction?

Quick Reference Guide

A guide for clinical staff to manage early patient care once a transfusion reaction is identified.  Provides information to clinical staff for what signs/symptoms/conditions require:

• an immediate call to the TMS/Lab
• samples and product to be sent to the TMS/Lab

Transfusion Reaction Report Form

Transfusion Reaction Report (with blood collection) Form

Outpatient Transfusion Reaction Form

Job Aid: Transfusion Reaction Reporting to External Agencies

Questions? Please contact PBCO at 604-675-3991

 

 

Other useful tools for investigating Transfusion Reactions:

 

The TM Medical Policy Manual Section 11.0 contains recommendations for all pathologists involved in the investigation of a transfusion reaction.

 

This process describes current provincial best practices for the laboratory investigation of transfusion reactions.
 
The training and competence documents reflect the current provincial Transfusion Reaction Investigation Process.  Case studies are also available.