July-December 2019| Vol 4| Issue 2
Transfusion Medicine has Emerged: Redefining the Role of the Transfusion Specialists in the Changing Scenario
Evolution of Transfusion Medicine
Transfusion medicine has evolved from being the art of blood banking to a science dealing with various facets of clinical medicine. No longer are bl...
Risk mitigation in blood transfusion services – A practical approach at the blood center level
Hemovigilance is a set of surveillance procedures starting from the donor vein and ending with the patient vein, aimed at reducing the risks associated with transfusion which could be donor related,...
Platelet transfusion support is extensively required for hemato-oncology patients who are multiply transfused. Platelet refractoriness can represent a significant clinical condition that complicates...
Platelet compatibility and platelet antibodies detection: A step towards resolving dilemma in management of platelet refractoriness in oncology patients
Background: Platelet refractoriness complicates the provision of platelet transfusions- a critical and essential part in management of thrombocytopenia in Oncology patients. Platelet refracto...
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The least incompatible crossmatch red blood cell transfusion by biological compatibility test
Introduction: Pretransfusion testing is an essential serological test to protect the recipient from hemolysis and provide compatible blood product. The final step is the crossmatching test wh...
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Global Journal of Transfusion Medicine is a Semiannual peer reviewed international journal published by the Asian Association of Transfusion Medicine(AATM).The journal’s full text will be available online soon.The journal does not charge for submission, processing or publication
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