Transfusion Medicine and Haematology Research

Transfusion medicine is a branch of medicine that regulates all the strands of the transfusions of blood and blood components. It involves complications of immunohematology, blood donation, and additional laboratory testing for transfusion diseases, management and observing of clinical transfusion practices, cellular therapy, patient blood management, stem cell collections and coagulation. Apheresis is a process of separation which includes extraction of blood components such as platelets plasma from whole blood. The blood donor centre gather components of blood from separated blood donors. Then these components are carried to a central location for organising processes such as division, testing and redistribution. The testing results governing type of blood and infectious diseases testing. Whole blood is divided into red blood cells, plasma and platelets. Plasma can be additionally divided into components such as albumin, immunoglobulin and clotting factor. Blood transfusion is a lifesaving medical therapy. Transfusion of blood should be ordered, safe and appropriate.

  • Blood recipients and donors
  • Eligibility screening

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