July-December 2018| Vol 3| Issue 2
Hospital-Acquired anemia: A hazard of hospitalization
Hospitalization has its own hazards. One could have a reaction to a diagnostic or therapeutic procedure; the surgery or procedure could go horribly wrong or one may develop a reaction to drugs or...
The risk of transfusion transmissible infections. Where do we stand in 2018?
Blood transfusion is an important aspect of medicine and patient safety plays a very important role. A myriad of blood-borne infectious agents can be potentially transmitted through transfusion of b...
Current practices in pediatric transfusion
The article opens with an account of red cell and platelet transfusion guidelines in fetal and neonatal period. This is followed by a discussion on the special requirements for transfusion in pediat...
Role of red cell and platelet indices as a predictive tool for transfusions in dengue
Review of literature and prevalent practices show the importance of red cell indices, especially hematocrit(HCT )in the diagnosis and prognosis of dengue. Platelet indices also may act as a tool to ...
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Evaluation of utilization pattern of fresh frozen plasma in a tertiary care oncology center
Introduction: Blood component therapy is widely used in an oncology center. Fresh frozen plasma (FFP) transfusions are mainly used for the treatment of certain clinical conditions such as coa...
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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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