Which of the following are serum markers of hemolysis?
No, the question was about serum markers 🙂
No, hemolysis is associated with elevated indirect bilirubin.
Which of the following hemolytic markers are derived directly from red cells?
True or false: a negative Coombs test (direct antiglobulin test) virtually rules out immune-mediated hemolysis.
A negative Coombs test almost always indicates that hemolysis is caused by non-immune mechanisms. These can be divided into extracorpuscular causes and intracorpuscular causes.
What conditions are classically associated with schistocytes on the peripheral smear?
What are treatment options for a patient with valve hemolysis?