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Problems Encountered When Adding Drugs to or Infusing Solutions With Red Blood Cell Products

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The American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) prohibits the addition of drugs to blood products and makes recommendations for infusing blood in lines running other infusates. This prohibition is intended to prevent serious adverse effects to the patient.

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