CE episode! New thoughts or ideas seem to pop up in transfusion medicine all the time. Dr. Rich Haspel has thoughts on how to evaluate the evidence, including his take on "low-titer group O whole blood" in trauma.
CE episode! The REDS research project has transformed transfusion medicine, and the REDS-IV-P phase co-chairs say the best is yet to come!
CE episode! Blood shortages happen, but the one associated with COVID-19 is unique. AABB Chief Medical Officer Dr. Claudia Cohn explains.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, does convalescent plasma from recovered patients offer fresh hope for those who are critically ill?
Is your hospital transfusion committee doing what it should be doing? Carolyn Burns is back to help guide you to a better experience! NOTE: CE credit has expired for this episode.
Emergency episode! Blood banks, hospitals, and blood donors need to know what to do about COVID-19 now. Lou Katz explains. Recorded 3/16/20.
April 1, 2020 brings another AABB Standards update, and Standards Committee Chair Rich Gammon walks you through your action items. NOTE: CE credit has expired for this episode.
Long ago, pathogen reduction was just a dream, but pioneers like Ray Goodrich figured it out. He talks the past, present and future of PRT.
What's cold is hot again! You need to hear how one large US center implemented cold-stored whole blood for trauma transfusion.
Jehovah's Witnesses refuse transfusion based on religious beliefs, but blood bankers are still important in their care. Jed Gorlin shows us why.
You know all about AABB Standards, but how do you make them practical? Anne Chenoweth gives us tips to make your next AABB assessment better! NOTE: CE credit has expired for this episode.
"I never KNEW about that paper!" All too common, right? Two editors of a synopsis of 2016-17 BB/TM literature summarize what you should know. NOTE: CE credit has expired for this episode.
Pat Ooley, Chair of the BBTS Standards Committee, outlines the top 5 changes in the 31st edition of AABB Standards (which went live April 1, 2018).