Updated on 19 October, 2021
Rapid Blood Typing is a new method of giving instant results. It is very useful in emergency medicine, intensive care and trauma centers as well as in pilots training schools. The first step is to use the Rapid Blood Typing Kit which includes an oral glucose monitor, insulin tester and a type I diabetes tester. The blood sugar level is continuously monitored via the glucose meter.
The rapid blood typing kit also contains a disposable cannula and special pen that is used to administer the test. After the initial setup, the wearer is required to fast for about fifteen to twenty minutes so that the cannula can penetrate the skin properly. The next step involves the transfer of the bodily fluids into the chamber. Once the fluid comes out, it is read and compared against the hemoglobin present in the blood sample.
Usually the kit comes with one or two practice tests. The person then has to wear the RBMK for fifteen minutes and then again check the results. The person needs to wait for the result before proceeding to the next step. This whole process needs to be repeated at least three times before the individual can be assured that he/she has the ability to type well. Only the hospital corpsman who is prescribing the Rapid Blood Typing Kit will know if the wearer has been successful in the first two steps.
Rapid Blood Typing is done with the help of a type I diabetes antigens. The kit includes a pen that contains one antigens type I and two type II antigens. The person may draw blood from any part of the body with the help of the pen. The blood drawn will be sent to the central laboratory where technicians will perform a formal diagnosis to identify the disease.
It is important to keep in mind that the test only gives an indication as to the possible disease. The results of the test are conclusive only when the doctor orders for a biopsy. The doctor, after ordering for the Rapid Blood Typing Kit, places the kit in the patient's venous blood compartment. The blood is drawn and then the technician processes the blood using the various features available in the kit such as type b blood cells, special pens and analyzers.
Before administering the kit, it is essential to make sure that the blood sample clogs the sterile needle properly. This prevents the transfer of infection to the patient. The needle should be inserted into the blood stream slowly to avoid causing pain. The kit comes with a syringe, brush, and plunger. After rinsing the needle, the clotting agent needs to be applied onto the surface of the clotted blood by using the syringe.
In order to obtain accurate results, the Rapid Blood Typing Kit needs to be operated on a regular basis. A minimum of two weeks apart is required for conducting a reliable and repeatable study participants' study. This is to ensure that the entire kit and the procedure are not contaminated during the study.
An important part of the rapid blood typing procedure is the collection of the blood of all study participants. The blood should be drawn at least one hour and fifteen minutes after the completion of the first infusion. The blood should then be held in the appropriate collection container for approximately five to ten minutes. It is necessary to discard the blood clots immediately so that they do not circulate. The blood typing kit is then used to identify the positive and negative participants.
One of the advantages of the Rapid Blood Typing Kit is that it can easily identify high cholesterol levels in blood samples. A high level of total cholesterol (HDL) indicates a healthy heart. On the other hand, low HDL indicates a heart disease. Rapid blood typing can also detect low density lipoproteins (LDL), high density lipoproteins (HDL), and triglycerides, which are indicators of coronary heart disease.
Rapid blood agglutination testing does not require any special prior experience or training. The blood agglutination test consists of two steps. The first step is the use of a handpiece to collect a blood sample from each study participant. A monitor located at the Rapid Blood Typing Kit's laboratory provides feedback regarding the collection of each blood sample.
The second step involves a visual examination of the test results. Based on the results of the visual examination, an analysis is performed and a blood type is determined. For example, if a patient has Type A blood, the doctor will look for evidence of blood cells in the peripheral areas of the body (such as palms and soles) and in the large blood vessels. In order to determine whether a patient has Type B blood, the doctor will look for evidence of red blood cells in the erythrocytes in the blood. After identifying the appropriate rapid tests, treatment options are given according to the specific blood types detected.