Boosting blood safety surveillance in support of FDA efforts to further develop a national hemovigilance
The Centralized Hemovigilance
Program improves the quality of the blood transfusion chain, primarily focusing on safety.
Blood banks should also participate in hemovigilance
programs to ensure a certain standard of transfusion trends.
non-compliance with the fundamental legal principles of hemovigilance
prescribed by the "Law on Transfusiology" .
Ten years of hemovigilance
reports of transfusion related acute lung injury in the United Kingdom and the impact of preferential use of male donor plasma.
7) Archived donor specimens are used principally for hemovigilance
activities, including investigations of possible transfusion-transmitted infections and look-back testing.
Medical Center, the Netherlands) and Faber (Blood Transfusion Service, Red Cross, Luxembourg) compile 27 chapters by hematology, blood transfusion, and other specialists from Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East, and Australia who outline safety procedures in the blood transfusion chain for those in the fields of transfusion medicine and quality and safety management, health and regulatory authorities, hospital transfusion committees, hemovigilance
officers, personnel involved in the transfusion process, hospital managers, and students.
The Quebec hemovigilance
system: description and results from the first two years.
Module added this year to the NHSN's Biovigilance Component [paragraph][paragraph] was designed specifically to bolster the collaborative capacity of public health and private industry to detect adverse events (e.
In order to assess the impact of their conversion to pathogen inactivated platelets, the blood centre performed a retrospective analysis of routinely collected active hemovigilance
data collected both before and after the change.
and transfusion-transmitted disease surveillance systems have not been implemented into the transfusion practice of our country.