Can a blood transfusion be given in home?
Do you give blood inside the home or is that something that just occurs at a facility?
Blood transfusions have to be given in a facility that contains a blood bank. There are several reasons for this. When we give blood, a person is first tested for their blood type, to make sure the proper type is given. Then, we start the blood infusion slowly, as the person can have a reaction to the blood. They need to be monitored closely, to make sure a tranfusion reaction doesn't occur. Since such intense monitoring and testing is needed, a blood transfusion cannot be given safely in someone's home.
Blood transfusion is a process through which an intravenous (IV) line, blood is given to the patient. This process usually performs either in hospital or doctor's clinic, but it is less common to have in a person's home. It is usually perform where the blood bank facility is available because it is first tested in the laboratory with the equipments that you can see on http://www.ilexmedical.com/products.php?id=58 to make sure that transfusion reaction doesn't occur. Hence, having such intense monitoring, it is not possible to have a blood transfusion at home.
We are able to provide blood transfusions in the home through carter blood care in Texas. Contact us at 972-346-2013 for pricing details. Our website is www.palomahomehealth.com We are the only agency allowed to do this at this time in the state of Texas.
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