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therapy, it is still an absolutely essential form of therapy in medical practice. When the transfusion protocols are followed scrupulously according to the SOP the adverse transfusion outcomes are minimized. Therefore, each blood bank must have in place, a system for detecting, reporting, and evaluating suspected complications of transfusion therapy.

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