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Anti-D Training Resources

Anti-D Training Resources Andy Miller Scientific and Technical Training Manager (Lead: Medical) NHSBT

21st May, 2014 : Adobe PDF Document (882K)

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Voyages on Microsub Discovery

Your mission... to bodly explore the far reaches of the body.

21st May, 2014 : Adobe PDF Document (2941K)

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Amazing You

Amazing You, Let's Learn About Blood with Billy Blood Drop

21st May, 2014 : Adobe PDF Document (3900K)

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2011 Audit of Blood Transfusion in Adult Cardiac Surgery

National Comparative Audit of Blood Transfusion 2011 Audit of Blood Transfusion in Adult Cardiac Surgery St. Elsewhere's Hospital

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2011 Audit of Use of Blood in Adult Medical Patients Part Two July 2013

National Comparative Audit of Blood Transfusion 2011 Audit of Use of Blood in Adult Medical Patients Part Two July 2013

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Transfusion Update Meeting Saturday 6th December 2008

Saturday 6th December 2008 at the Royal Society of Medicine (1 Wimpole Street)In direct response to the Serious Hazards of Transfusion’s findings on the general knowledge

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National Comparative Audit of Blood Transfusion

National Comparative Audit of Blood Transfusion Comparative Report for Blood Transfusion in England November 2003

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Transfusion 10 commandments

Right Blood, Right Patient, Right Time Transfusion 10 commandments

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Neonatal Alloimmune Neutropenia (NAIN) Information

Having neutrophil antibodies in your blood will not affect your normal daily life or your health, but there is a chance that any children you have in the future may also be affected by neutropenia shortly after they are born.

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Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT)

We may keep your samples in case we need to test them again in the future (for example, to see if your antibody levels change). When we no longer need your samples for testing, or we have more samples than we need, the law allows us to use these anonymously for quality control (making sure our tests are working correctly), research (depending on whether this is approved by an ethics committee) or introducing new procedures, or for educating and training doctors, nurses, scientists and other professionals working in healthcare.

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