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Love this (and the replies!). I believe caring for the bleeding patient as a collective "WE" rather than "us vs. them" results in better transfusion therapy and a better chance at life for the patient. I'm so proud of the stellar work done in Transfusion Services everywhere!

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060CE: Transforming Inventory Management with Nancy Dunbar

CE Episode! Nancy Dunbar says simple adjustments to “the rules” could reduce shortages of O-neg RBCs, AB plasma, and platelets!

059: Antigen Matching for Future Moms with Meghan Delaney

Do females that could have babies in the future need to be matched for antigens like K to prevent HDFN? Meghan Delaney explains what she discovered in the “AMIGO Study.”

058CE: Transfusion and Blood Clots with Ruchika Goel

CE episode! Blood clots after surgery are a huge problem. Ruchika Goel explains the possible scary link between red cell transfusion and venous thromboembolism.

057: Nonspecific Antibodies with Brenda Grossman

Isolated nonspecific reactions (“antibodies of undetermined specificity”) on antibody workups are common and irritating, but are they important? Brenda Grossman explains.

056CE: Transfusion in Liver Disease with Jeannie Callum

CE episode! Jeannie Callum says liver disease patients receive too much blood (almost 1 in every 5 blood products!), and shows us how to improve practice.

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