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Blood Bank

  1. Selection of Donors
    • General considerations
    • Medical assessment
    • Medical history of donors
    • Conditions necessitating permanent exclusion
    • Conditions necessitating temporary deferral
    • Pregnancy
    • Donors on treatment with drugs
    • Infectious diseases
    • Tropical diseases
    • Inoculations and immunisations
    • Physical examination of donors
  2. Quality Assurance at Blood Donor Sessions
    • General specifications
    • Records
    • Documentation
    • Control of purchased materiel and services
    • Collection control
    • Preservation of product quality.
  3. General Guidelines for Component Manufacture
    • Scope of the Guidelines
    • Setting and maintenance of specifications
    • Component and process monitoring tests
    • Component processing
    • Component shelf life
    • Component labelling
    • Component storage
    • Discard of non-conforming components
    • Component release
    • Transport of blood components
    • Component recal1
  4. Guideline Specifications for Blood Components
    • Whole blood
    • Red cells in additive solution
    • Red cells, leucocyte depleted
    • Red cells, washed
    • Platelets
    • Platelets, pooled, leucocyte depleted
    • Platelets, apheresis
    • Platelets, apheresis, leucocyte depleted
    • Granulocytes, Apheresis
    • Fresh frozen plasma
    • Cryoprecipitate
    • Cryosupernatant Plasma
    • Components for neonates
    • Irradiated components
  5. General Specifications for Donor Sessions
    • Donor identification
    • Haemoglobin or haematocrit screening
    • Preparation of the venepuncture site
    • Preparation of the blood pack
    • Performance of the venepuncture
    • Blood donation
    • Declaration of health
  6. Premises
    • General considerations
    • Activities to be noted when selecting venue(s) for mobile session
    • Health and safety factors to be considered
  7. Specifications for Laboratory Test Procedures
    • General Considerations
      1. Scope
      2. Test reagents, kits and equipment
      3. Reporting results
      4. Release of tested components
    • Mandatory Testing of Blood Donations
      1. Blood group serology tests
      2. Microbiology tests
    • Additional Testing of Selected Donations
      1. Antibody to cytomegalovirus
  8. Requirements for Safe and Effective Transportation of Blood and Blood Components.
    • Transportation between donor sessions and blood centre
    • Whole blood and red cell components
    • Platelet
    • Plasma components
    • Transfer between centers or hospitals
  9. Requirements for Blood Bag Labels
  10. General Guidelines for Serological Tests
    • Introduction
    • Grading system for agglutination tests
    • Test Red Cells
    • Test tubes
    • Centrifugation following the addition of AHG reagent.
    • Centrifugation and reading serological tests.
    • Non-serological tests
    • Specificity tests
  11. Serological Guidelines for ABO and RhD Blood Grouping Reagents
    • Introduction
    • Potency of ABO blood grouping reagents used in manual or microplate tests
    • Potency of ABO blood grouping reagents used in manual or microplate tests
    • Avidity of ABO blood grouping reagents for use in manual slide tests
    • Specificity of anti-D blood grouping reagents used in manual or microplate tests.
    • Potency of anti-D blood grouping reagents used in manual or microplate tests,
    • Avidity of anti-D blood grouping reagents for use in manual slide tests
  12. Guidelines for Reagent Red Cells
    • Guidelines for testing reagent red cells
    • Preparation of reagent red cells
    • Enzyme- treated reagent red cells
    • Reagent red cells for use in ABO grouping
    • Reagent red cells for use in RhD grouping
    • Reagent red cells for use in antibody screening
    • Reagent red cells for use in antibody identification
    • Reagent red cells for use in the control of the anti- human globulin technique
  13. Guidelines for Clinical use of Blood and Blood Products
    • Red Cell Preparations
    • Platelet Concentrates
    • Plasma
    • Albumin
    • Intra Venous (IV) Immune Globuline
    • Hemophilia Treatment.

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