January-June 2022| Vol 7| Issue 1
Changing transfusion policies and perspectives with changing times
The WHO recommends a national blood transfusion service (BTS) based on voluntary nonremunerated donation (VNRD) of blood and blood components. We believe that VNRD is the best index of blood safety...
Gene therapy – Principles and applications
The concept of gene therapy dates back to the 1960s and 1970s and it is yet to come of age, as there is a paucity of reliable, long-term data on the safety and efficacy of this novel therapy. It is ...
Therapeutic thrombocytapheresis as an important tool in the management of symptomatic hyperthrombocytosis: A single-institution experience from India
Background & Objectives: Hyperthrombocytosis may cause acquired thrombosis-related symptoms and fatal vascular complications. Currently, therapeutic platelet reduction (TPR) with medical ...
Storage lesions in red blood cell-saline adenine glucose mannitol: In-vitro and in-vivo analysis over 42 days and its implications in routine transfusion practice
Background and Objectives: Indian studies on evaluation of storage lesions in red blood cells (RBCs) are either limited to 21 or 28 days or have evaluated limited parameters for 42 days. More...
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Influence of Pretransplant Anemia on Red Blood Cell Transfusions in Myeloma Patients Undergoing Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
Background and Objectives: Anemia during peripheral blood stem cells (PBSCs) transplant is considered a bad prognostic marker. The study aimed to determine whether pretransplant anemia influe...
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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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