Transfusion Medicine Part 1

November 30, 2017 | Author: filchibuff | Category: Blood Donation, Blood Plasma, Sexually Transmitted Infection, Blood Transfusion, Platelet
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Module No. 3

Laboratory Diagnosis



Dr. Tungol

Sept. 10, 2015

Outline I.


Community based blood donations

Transfusion Medicine A. Philippine Laws B. NVBSP C. Classification of Blood service facilities Donor Selection A. Types of Blood Donors B. General Requirements C. Eligibility of Donor D. Blood Center Model (Making components, Apheresis)

Blood Center for Centralized Testing & Component Processing

Blood Products to Hospitals

LEGEND Lecture Powerpoint, Audio, Textbook

Blood Service Fees (Cost Recovery)


Philhealth Reimbursement

A Multidisciplinary specialty encompassing all aspects of blood donation, blood component preparation, blood cell serology, and blood transfusion therapy.

I. Philippine Laws Regulating Blood Services

Donor Selection  

Donor Screening Objectives: 1. The blood product will benefit the recipient 2. The blood product will not harm the recipient 3. The safety and health of the blood donor is protected

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Voluntary Donor Paid Donor Replacement Donor Direct Donor Dedicated donors Autologous Apherisis Donor

1. R.A 7719 and A.O 9s 1995  

“The National Blood Services Act of 1994” An act promoting VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONATION, providing for an adequate supply of blood, regulating blood banks, and providing penalties for violations thereof. Bureau of Research and Laboratories

2. A.O 2005-0002 

Rules and Regulations for the establishment of Philippine National Blood Services o National Council for Blood Services o Philippine National Blood Services

Types of Blood Donor

Ultimate Goal in Donor Selection

3. A.O 2008-0008 

“Rules and Regulations Governing the Regulation of Blood Service Facility”

To select HEALTHY persons who are part of the low risk exposure/behaviour segment of the population who would donate blood VOLUNTARILY without expecting monetary or other substantial material compensation.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Persons in good physical condition Free of disease transmissible by blood transfusion Has not been exposed to transmissible diseases Has not engaged in behavior, having a high risk of contracting such transmissible diseases.

1. 2. 3.

Male/Female In good health Age:  16 - 60 – 70 – EVALUATION by BLOOD BANK PHYSICIAN


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4. Department Memorandum No. 2008-0109 

Centralized testing of blood units collected from mobile blood donation activities of Metro Manila lead blood service facilities

The National Voluntary Blood Services Program (NVBSP) 

Aims to achieve: 1. Development of fully voluntary blood donation system 2. Strengthening of a nationally coordinated network of BSP to increase efficiency by centralized testing and processing of blood 3. Implementation of a quality management system including Good Manufacturing Process (GMP) and Management Information Systems (MIS). 4. Attainment of maximum utilization of blood through rational use of blood products and component therapy/ 5. Development of a sound, viable, sustainable management and funding for the nationally coordinated blood network.

Classification of Blood Service Facilites 

Blood Center Model

General Blood Donor Requirements

Persons Eligible to Donate BLOOD

50kg (110lbs) and above – collect 450mL 45 – 50kg (100 – 110lbs) – collect 250 – 300mL


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