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I've been looking for some antibody identification panels to practice with for the boards. So far I have found a single panel, in the PathMD review series. Does anyone know where to find practice panels and/or instructions on how to do these? I have the Osler notes, and they don't really explain how to do them--I think he did this part more in the lecture as opposed to in the notes.

I wonder if there are books available created for the lab techs who perform these panels that would be useful for study/review.

Any ideas?

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Try asking some of the blood bankers at your hospital for some old or out of date panel sheets. As far as finding out how to do crossing- out, you might try Quinley's Immunohematology: Principles & Practice.


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We actually take a med tech course before we go on BB/TM rotation, and they show us how to perform and interpret all of the BB/Tm tests such as panels. PM me and I might be able to send you some blank panels, and an explanation with the answers from basics to semi advanced:luck:
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