leucodepleted

leucodepleted

or

leukodepleted

adj
(Medicine) of or denoting blood from which the white cells have been removed
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Testing for at least D, C/c, E/e and K antigens is recommended before commencing transfusions, and phenotypically matched, leucodepleted blood should be administered.
Neonates specifically, require small-volume transfusions that are relatively fresh (collected within the previous 14 days) and, when feasible, leucodepleted and/or CMV-negative.
The evidence to support this effect is not clear-cut, but the impact appears to be reduced by use of leucodepleted blood.
Recent randomised trials evaluating the use of leucodepleted red cell transfusion in cardiac surgery have shown at least a 50% reduction in infection and mortality with this intervention (14,15).