Resultados: 6

    Patient blood management: recommendations rrom the 2018 Frankfurt consensus conference

    JAMA; 321 (10), 2019
    What is the current evidence base for patient blood management (PBM) in adults, and what international clinical recommendations can be derived for preoperative anemia, red blood cell transfusion thresholds, and PBM implementation strategies? Diagnosis and management of preoperative anemia is crucial, and...

    Blood transfusion

    This guideline covers the assessment for and management of blood transfusions in adults, young people and children over 1 year old. It covers the general principles of blood transfusion, but does not make recommendations relating to specific conditions....

    Blood donor selection: guidelines on assessing donor suitability for blood donation

    These WHO guidelines, Blood donor selection: guidelines on assessing donor suitability for blood donation have been developed to assist blood transfusion services in countries that are establishing or strengthening national systems for the selection of blood donors. They are designed for use by policy ma...

    Towards 100% voluntary blood donation: a global framework for action

    Blood transfusion is a core service within health care systems and individuals who donate their blood provide a unique contribution to the health and survival of others. Every country faces an ongoing challenge to collect sufficient blood from safe donors to meet national requirements. This framework for...

    Screening donated blood for transfusion-transmissible infections: recommendations

    Blood transfusion is a life-saving intervention that has an essential role in patient management within health care systems. WHO recommends the following integrated strategy for the provision of safe blood and blood products and safe, efficacious blood transfusion....