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Blood bank Census 2010(JPNATC)

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  • 1.  
  • 2. DONATION COMPLEX
  • 3. DONATION COMPLEX 2010
  • 4. CONSULTATION FORMS 2010
    • Consultation forms are requests sent by the treating surgeon for issue of blood units to patients without replacement donation
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  • 7. NUMBER OF SAMPLES TESTED IN TTI LAB
  • 8. NUMBER OF DONORS TESTED POSITIVE FOR THE TTIs
  • 9. Workload of donor counseling
    • Counseling of blood donors tested positive for the TTI was started in June 2009
    • 245 blood donors who had donated in JPNATC blood bank in 2010, were called for counseling out of which 83 donors reported and were counseled for their respective infectious state
    • After a repeat test of these donors they are referred to the respective departments in Main AIIMS for further treatment. 6 donors were referred to the ICTC in main AIIMS
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  • 11. CROSS-MATCH- TRANSFUSION (C:T) RATIO
    • C:T Ratio is the ratio of the number of blood units that are cross-matched for patients to the number of blood units that are actually issued
    • Any blood unit cross-matched for a patient is kept reserved for that particular patient for 24 hrs or till the time information is not given to the blood bank that the blood unit is no more required for the patient
    • A high C:T ratio indicates that more blood units are unnecessarily being blocked and lesser free blood units would be available for use
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  • 14. Academic achievements of blood bank in 2010
    • Completed Achievements :-
    • A Maximum Surgical Blood Ordering Schedule (MSBOS) has been prepared for the department of Orthopedics -presented to the Hospital Blood Transfusion Committee and approved. JETS. Year : 2010;  Volume : 3; Issue : 1 : 4-8
    • Blood Transfusion Practices in Level I Trauma Centre: One year retrospective review” Singapore Med J 2010; 51(9) : 736-740
    • “ A Trauma patient with M antibody – a case report” Indian Journal of Pathology and Microbiology 2010: volume53 (3): 580-81
    • “ Determinants of mortality in trauma patients following Massive blood transfusion”- Retrospective study
  • 15. Trauma Conference 2010
    • Scores to guide transfusion in trauma patients’ presented by Ms. Shyamla and Mr. Balraj, Sisters grade II was awarded the best poster
    • Elective Blood Ordering Schedule for General Surgery and Neurosurgery Departments in a Tertiary Trauma care Centre in India: Best Paper by Venencia Albert
  • 16. Ongoing academic works in blood bank 2009
    • A prospective study on massive transfusion in trauma patients
    • A prospective study on transfusion scores to assess blood consumption among trauma patients
    • Prospective Study on the response of Head injury patients receiving platelet transfusion using Thromoboelastography
  • 17. New developments of blood bank in 2010
    • The blood bank in JPNATC has been designated as a ‘District level blood bank’ by NACO and will be supported by the same
    • Preparation of a ‘Blood Bank Manual for use of clinicians’ that contains all the information and instructions of how to use the services provided by the JPNATC blood bank in the best possible manner with special mention on “ Maximum blood ordering schedule for orthopedics, surgery and neurosurgery of trauma centre ”

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