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Abstract

SUMMARY

Two patients suffered febrile reactions after being transfused with bank blood simultaneously contaminated with and . The probable source of these organisms was the acid-citrate-dextrose solution used in the pilot tubes. Stock bottles of this were opened repeatedly and stored in the refrigerator in the meantime.

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