||The blood sample tube going into the NEO analyzer
||Visual/close up of the testing plate with positive and negative screening reactions shown. A negative reaction is a button of cells; a positive reaction is thin film in the well.
||Positive reactions go on to manual testing for antibodies. Pipetting into test tubes, checking and transferring into water bath.
||Putting tubes into centrifuge/washer.
||Display on cell washer/centrifuge
||Program successful completion on screen – completed spin and wash of reaction tubes
||Taking tubes out, gently resuspending the contents in the tubes (patient’s plasma, commercial red cells and anti-IgG added after washing) to look for positive reactions. Looking at/writing on the paper antigram to determine which antibodies are present/showing the antigram forms