Because automation in transfusion medicine
has made labs more efficient, it also has helped ease the effect that a lack of specialized technicians has had on the industry.
The mean score of knowledge was higher among participants who had received some training regarding transfusion medicine
during their undergraduate medical course (P<0.
This publication is particularly useful to the resident in any clinical discipline, including pathology and hematology, and to fellows in transfusion medicine
who are interested in extending their knowledge base in our field.
In addition to transfusion medicine
, it provides leading-edge products for high-growth applications such as genomics, proteomics and biotechnology as well as for the semiconductor, water, aerospace and a host of other industries.
Ortho Clinical Diagnostics is an in vitro diagnostics leader serving the global clinical laboratory and transfusion medicine
and hemostasis; clinical and laboratory aspects, 2d ed.
The manual presents scientific background on pathophysiology and research in transfusion medicine
and brief practical advice for the most common diseases.
Integrating biology, technology, and clinical practice, Klein (transfusion medicine
, National Institutes of Health) and Anstee (transfusion science, National Blood Service, UK) provide a basis for understanding modern transfusion medicine
, in this reference for clinicians involved with patients requiring transfusions and for all staff working in transfusion services, immunohematology labs, and blood banks.
For that reason, they identify five areas of hazard in transfusion medicine
and outline strategies for managing those risks.