Blue Tag

(1) A coloured label used in certain transfusion programmes that allows the donor of the unit to designate that the blood should go to a recipient with sickle cell anaemia
(2) A coloured label affixed to a designated apheresis (HLA-matched) unit for a specific recipient
(3) A coloured label attached to units of type O blood supplied by certain transfusion services which better identifies ABO status
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