QUALITY MANAGEMENTOF BLOOD BANK<br />DR. N. C. DAS<br />
QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF BLOOD BANK<br />Quality Management of blood transfusion service is concerned with every aspect of transfusion practice. <br />It includes all activities involved such as:<br /><ul><li>Selection of prospective donor.
QUALITY ASSURANCE<br />Quality assurance provides information regarding levels of performance that can be used in setting priorities for process improvement.<br />
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT<br />PRODUCT <br />IMPROVEMENT <br />PEOPLES <br />IMPROVEMENT <br />Quality Blood Bags <br />Sterile procedure for collection<br />Storage Environment <br />Proper maintenance of records <br />Component separation <br />Use of latest technique for <br /> separation<br />Motivation & leadership <br />In service training & skill<br /> developments.<br />3. Awards & recognition <br />4. Seminar & work shops <br />5. Empowerment of people<br />QUALITY <br />IMPROVEMENT <br />PROCESS<br />IMPROVEMENT <br />Improve technique of collection <br />Donor Comfort <br />Donor Refreshment <br />Highly skilled manpower to handle <br />Internal & External Quality Control <br />
QUALITY ASSESMENT TOOLS<br />VALIDATION<br />CALIBRATIONAND STANDARDISATION<br />To measure what suppose<br /> to measure in the sample<br />QAT<br />AUDIT<br />DRUG CONTROLLER<br />ERRORMANAGEMENT<br />QUALITY ASSESMENT SCHEMES<br />INTERNAL QAS<br />EXTERNAL QAS<br />
ERROR MANAGEMENT<br /><ul><li>All staff have a responsibility to Report REPORT ERRORS
Senior/supervisory staff must take note of reports and follow the procedure for formal notification and investigation
Formal logging of errors, results of investigation, action taken to be recorded.
It generates a culture of awareness not fault finding mission.</li></li></ul><li>QUALITY ASSESMENT SCHEMES<br />INTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT (IQA) :-<br />The assessment of a laboratory’s overall quality system is found by the process of, analysing each half of a sample in the same manner separately and comparing the results<br />EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT (EQA):-<br />The external assessment of a laboratory’s performance is done using samples of known BUT undisclosed values, and comparison against other laboratories values of the same sample.<br />
TRANSFUSION REACTION<br />SEVERE REACTION MOSTLY OCCURS WITHIN FIRST 15 MINUTES OF TRANSFUSION.<br />TRANSFUSIONREACTION<br />RISK<br />Risk of Transfusion Transmitted Infections<br />Risk of immune related problems<br />Risk of Transfusion related complications<br />
Keep monitoring the vitals of the patient every 15 mts.
Check all the labels & records for any clerical error & also record the volume of the blood that has been transfused. </li></li></ul><li>INVESTIGATION OF TRANSFUSIONREACTION<br />Once a transfusion reaction is notified following records and samples of the patient be sent to Blood Bank for investigation by Transfusion committee.<br /><ul><li>Transfusion history in report form.
First Urine sample after the transfusion reaction
The blood bag along with the transfusion set and blood remains.</li></li></ul><li>hospiad<br />Hospital Administration Made Easy<br />THANK YOU<br /> http//hospiad.blogspot.com<br />An effort solely to help students and aspirants in their attempt to become a successful Hospital Administrator.<br />DR. N. C. DAS<br />