AABB


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AABB

 
American Association of Blood Banks.

AABB

American Association of Blood Banks.

AABB

American Association of Blood Banks. A professional, non-profit organization established in 1947 dedicated to the education, formulation of standards, policy and other facets of transfusion medicine. The AABB is responsible for collecting half of the US blood supply and transfusing 80%, and is involved in accrediting transfusion facilities, maintaining a rare donor database, and providing reference labs.

AABB

American Association of Blood Banks A professional, non-profit organization established in 1947 and dedicated to the education, formulation of standards, policy and other facets of transfusion medicine
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AABB member benefits include access to the new AABB online community (AABB HUB); national policy and regulatory analysis; the opportunity to serve on AABB committees; online educational tools; discounts on publications, audio-conferences, and registration fees for the AABB Annual Meeting; access to AABB CareerLink; and access to all of AABB's communication tools including our scientific journal, TRANSFUSION.
AABB will provide training, process management education and program evaluations
Health experts advise customers to only use labs accredited by AABB or distributors who use those labs, but there are no regulations on the outfits themselves.
Its major subsidiary, CordLife, is a regional cord blood bank that operates a state-of-the-art AABB (formerly known as the American Association of Blood Banks) accredited facility in Singapore and a separate compliant facility in Hong Kong.
Although pH tests are an option under the AABB standard, they are less sensitive than culture-based methods.
A scan of related industry organizations revealed AABB would be the first organization in the blood banking industry to offer an online career center.
The AABB and many hospitals oppose mandatory testing of autologous blood.
Crosswalks matching AABB tissue-related standards with similar standards of the AATB, CAP and The Joint Commission.
22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Haemonetics Corporation (NYSE: HAE) the leading global healthcare company in integrated blood management solutions, today announced it will be showcasing a number of new and innovative offerings at this year's AABB Annual Meeting in Anaheim, California on October 24-27, 2015.
The top priority of AABB, America's Blood Centers and the American Red Cross is the safety of the ultimate recipients of blood and our volunteer blood donors.
Our laboratory operations in Niel are licensed by the Belgian authorities, accredited by AABB as well as certified according to ISO 9001 and WHO-GMP, passing with success the continuous inspections by external and independent competent authorities.
1%) submitted the correct answer (3 vials), according to the method of the AABB Technical Manual.