- Comprehensive Transfusion Medicine Survey (J)
- Limited Transfusion Medicine Survey (J1)
- Transfusion Medicine – Automated Testing Survey (JAT)
- Transfusion Medicine – Educational Challenges Survey (JE1)
- Transfusion Medicine Competency Assessment – Comprehensive Transfusion Medicine (TMCA)
- Direct Antiglobulin Testing Survey (DAT)
- Eluate Survey (ELU)
- Transfusion Medicine Competency Assessment – Direct Antiglobulin Test (TMCAD)
- Antibody Titer Surveys (ABT, ABT1, ABT2)
- AABB/CAP Viral Markers Series 1 Survey (VM1)
- AABB/CAP Viral Markers Series 2 Survey (VM2)
- AABB/CAP Viral Markers Series 3 Survey (VM3)
- Viral Markers Series 4 Survey (VM4)
- AABB/CAP Viral Markers Series 5 Survey (VM5)
- Viral Markers Chemistry Survey (VMC)
- Nucleic Acid Testing Survey (NAT)
- Transfusion-Related Cell Count Survey (TRC)
- Platelet Serology Survey (PS)
- Stem Cell Processing Survey (SCP)
- Cord Blood Testing Survey (CBT)
- Fetal Red Cell Determination Survey (HBF)
- Transfusion Medicine Competency Assessment – Fetal Red Cell Quantitation (TMCAF)
- Bacterial Detection in Platelets (BDP)
Quality Management In Clinical Laboratories: Promoting Patient Safety Through Risk Reduction
And Continuous Improvement (2005)
RhIG Dose Calculator
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CAP Outcomes Templates
“Identifying and Managing Acute Transfusion Reactions Outcomes Template”
Disabling mislabeling—solutions for blood banks
Soon, all eyes on better blood use
For RBCs, out with the old, in with the new?
Bringing new rigor to RhIG calculations
Q&A – Emergent release of blood products
Catching, Tracking, and Tackling TRALI
The Next Step: Bringing Autoverification Into the Blood Bank
National Biovigilance System a (Net)work in Progress (October 2007) (PDF, 2.2 MB)
Taking a Harder Line on Blood Transfusions (May 2007)
Blood Centers Set Sights on Full Automation
Get Your Bearings Before Buying a Blood Bank System
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Inaccurate Doses of Rh Immune Globulin After Rh-Incompatible Fetomaternal Hemorrhage: Survey of Laboratory Practice. Glenn Ramsey MD and for the College of American Pathologists Transfusion Medicine Resource Committee. Pages 465-469.
Reducing the Variation in Performance of Antibody Titrations. J. P. AuBuchon, J. de Wildt-Eggen, L. J. Dumont and for the Biomedical Excellence for Safer Transfusion Collaborative and the Transfusion Medicine Resource Committee of the College of American Pathologists. Pages 1194–1201.
The Informed Consent Process in Whole Blood Donation. Lindsay A. Alaishuski MD, Rodney D. Grim MA and Ronald E. Domen MD. Pages 947–951.
Transfusion of Platelets Containing ABO-Incompatible Plasma: A Survey of 3156 North American Laboratories. Mark K. Fung MD, PhD, FCAP, Katharine A. Downes MD, FCAP and Ira A. Shulman MD, FCAP. Pages 909–916.
Transfusion Medicine for the Practicing Pathologist/Physician With Responsibilities for the Transfusion Service. Kathleen Sazama, MD, JD, pages 688–689.
Safe Handling and Administration of Blood Components: Review of Practical Concepts. Melanie A. Osby, MD, Sunita Saxena, MD, Janice Nelson, MD and Ira Shulman, MD, pages 690–694.
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Blood Management. Lawrence T. Goodnough, MD and Aryeh Shander, MD, pages 695–701.
Current Risks of Transfusion-Transmitted Agents: A Review. Susan L. Stramer, PhD, pages 702–707.
Noninfectious Complications of Blood Transfusion. Anne F. Eder, MD, PhD and Linda A. Chambers, MD, pages 708–718.
Pathogen Inactivation: The Definitive Safeguard for the Blood Supply. Barbara J. Bryant, MD and Harvey G. Klein, MD, pages 719–733.
Oxygen Therapeutics: Pursuit of an Alternative to the Donor Red Blood Cell. Paul M. Ness, MD and Melissa M. Cushing, MD, pages 734–741.
American Association of Blood Banks
America’s Blood Centers
American Red Cross
American Society for Apheresis
California Blood Bank Society
Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy
South Central Association of Blood Banks
World Health Organization