January-June 2021| Vol 6| Issue 1
Overcoming challenges in clinicians transfusion practices: A prerequisite for safer transfusions
Current Practice of Transfusion Medicine
Unnecessary transfusions or irrational transfusion practices are more of a norm than an exception. This, despite scientific evidence demonstr...
Moving to the next level of precision medicine with patient blood management
The discovery of ABO grouping with the use of group-specific blood heralded the beginning of what is now called “precision medicine” Over time, transfusion medicine has become increasingly...
Assessment of knowledge, attitude, and practice among health professionals in an oncological hospital on voluntary blood donation - Investigating their participation in programs to promote blood donation
Background and Objectives: Greece, despite its relative blood sufficiency and high international ranking in terms of the number of blood donors compared to its population, faces significant c...
Hemovigilance: An analysis of adverse effects of blood donation among blood donors in a tertiary-care center
Background and Objectives: Hemovigilance is defined as a set of surveillance procedures covering the whole transfusion chain that is intended to collect and assess information on unexpected o...
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Two sample policy: An effective way to counter wrong blood in tube
Background and Objectives: Pretransfusion testing has undergone remarkable changes over the past few decades starting from manual methods to semi-automation to full automation, but sample col...
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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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