TACO pathophysiology
ISBT Education. Kapur R. Jun 6, 2018; 218861 Topic: Transfusion associated circulatory overload
Rick Kapur
Rick Kapur
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After viewing this presentation, the participant will be able to:

- Recognize the risk factors for TACO development.
- Understand what is currently known about biomarkers in TACO.
- Understand that volume overload may not explain the whole TACO pathogenesis (possible contribution of inflammation or certain factors present in the transfusion product).
- That development of TACO animal models and further assessment and validation of potential biomarkers for TACO is highly needed in order to shed light on possible therapeutic interventions.

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