Highly Commended - 2010 BMA Medical Book Awards An essential . 18 The role of haemovigilance in transfusion safety (James P. AuBuchon). Part 5 Alternatives to transfusion. 33 The principles of bloodless medicine and surgery (Aryeh Shander and Lawrence Tim Goodnough).
Highly Commended - 2010 BMA Medical Book Awards An essential . 19 Donors and blood collection (William Murphy and Ellen McSweeney). 20 Blood donation testing and the safety of the blood supply (David Wenham, Lisa Byrne and Simon J. Stanworth). 34 Autologous transfusion (Dafydd Thomas and John Thompson). 35 Blood substitutes (Chris V. Prowse and David J. Roberts).
Practical Transfusion Medicine is divided into seven main parts, each of which guide . Alternatives to transfusion. 18 The role of haemovigilance in transfusion safety, 181 James P. AuBuchon & Katharine A. Downes
Practical Transfusion Medicine is divided into seven main parts, each of which guide the reader systematically through the key areas of the speciality . Cellular and tissue therapy and organ transplantation. Development of the evidence base for transfusion. This book is ideal for trainee/resident haematologists revising for examinations and as a reference source for clinical and scientific staff working in the field of transfusion medicine. Downes. 19 Donors and blood collection, 190 Ellen McSweeney & William G. Murphy.
Alice Maniatis MD Professor Emeritus Director. Physicians with interest or expertise in transfusion medicine must apply their clinical consultation and laboratory management skills to be accorded support for their activities. To establish credibility, efforts must initially be directed where patient benefit and financial gain can be documented. Focusing efforts on practice improvements and sharing the results of those efforts with physician colleagues and administrators can help ensure continued support.
Background: The changing focus of transfusion medicine (TM) toward the hospital rather than the blood center and the involvement of TM specialists in a wide range of patient blood management and other specialist activities in th. .
This trend has been seen to a lesser extent in the United Kingdom, although the focus of TM is similarly switching to hospital-based transfusion services.
Article in Transfusion Alternatives in Transfusion Medicine 10(3):127 - 138 · November 2008 with 166 Reads. Allogeneic blood transfusions expose a patient to many soluble and cell-bound antigens, expressed on viable and decaying cells
Article in Transfusion Alternatives in Transfusion Medicine 10(3):127 - 138 · November 2008 with 166 Reads. Cite this publication. Allogeneic blood transfusions expose a patient to many soluble and cell-bound antigens, expressed on viable and decaying cells. In particular, contaminant leukocytes are presumed to play an important role interacting with the recipient's immune system. This immune response to transfusions is influenced by the condition of the patient, and a patient in steady state will respond differently to a patient in hemorrhagic shock, under anesthesia or after surgical tissue injury.
Transfusion 2014 Dec;54(12):3021-5. Puget Sound Blood Center, Seattle, WA; Medicine and Laboratory Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. View Article. Download full-text PDF.
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Transfusion medicine specialists have to perform multiple calculations .
Transfusion medicine specialists have to perform multiple calculations daily to ensure safe and effective treatments for their patients. Examples of these calculations include plasma volume estimation, coagulation factor dosages, and adjustment of anticoagulant in blood collection bags for smaller donors. Alternatives to human blood for transfusion, so called blood substitutes, continue to be actively investigated but have thus far had limited success. Current blood substitutes are limited to substances designed to carry oxygen.