Comprehensive Review of Blood Banking VIDEO & PDF 

Comprehensive Review of Blood Banking VIDEO & PDF

 

 

The Oakstone Institute Clinical Update

Expand your knowledge of transfusion medicine and learn new protocols for Patient Blood Management. Ideal for MOC.

Comprehensive Review of Blood Banking

Comprehensive Review of Blood Banking features 17 state-of-the-art lectures taught by experts in blood management and transfusion medicine. It is available online or on disk and is a convenient way to earn CME credit and stay on top of the latest guidelines. The program is designed to advance the practice and standards of transfusion medicine and cellular therapies. It is the ideal home study course for training and practicing pathologists and cytopathologists looking to expand their knowledge of transfusion medicine, optimize patient/donor care and safety, and learn the proper protocols for Patient Blood Management. The course will help you to better:

  • Describe the blood components obtained and processed at blood center collection facilities.
  • Recognize the clinically significant blood groups and how to test for their presence (group, typing, antibody screen, antibody identification).
  • Identify the many adverse reactions that can occur with blood transfusion.
  • Apply guidelines for transfusion of the products using evidence-based criteria.
  • Discuss blood components, how they are collected, processed and used appropriately.
  • Apply the most updated knowledge and molecular techniques in daily practice.

TOPICS

      • Selection and Screening of Donors – Jay Menitove, MD
      • Product Modification (irrad, LR, frozen, washed) – Jay Menitove, MD
      • Adverse Reactions – Jay Menitove, MD
      • ABO Rh – Deanne Stephens, MT (ASCP) SBB
      • Minor Blood Groups – Bernadette Graves, MT (ASCP) SBB
      • Antibody ID and Screen – Gina Folk, BS, MLS (ASCP) SBB
      • Red Cells and Related Products – Lowell Tilzer, MD, PhD
      • Therapeutic Apheresis – Lowell Tilzer, MD, PhD
      • Plasma Transfusion – Aryeh Shander, MD
      • Platelet Transfusion – Ira A. Shulman, MD
      • Special Transfusions (HIV, neonatal, autoimmune) – Paul Ness, MD
      • Preoperative Blood Management – Elora Thorpe, RN, MSN
      • Perioperative Blood Management – Jerod Grove, MD
      • Massive Transfusion Protocol – Jerod Grove, MD
      • Coag Factor Concentrates – Brian Wicklund, MDCM, MPH
      • Patient Blood Management – Ky Stoltzfus, MD
      • Dosing Rh Immune Globulin for Rh Immunoprophylaxis – S. Gerald Sandler, MD, FACP, FCAP

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this CME activity, you will be better able to:

      • Describe the blood components obtained and processed at blood center collection facilities
      • Recognize the clinically significant blood groups and how to test for their presence (group, typing, antibody screen, antibody identification)
      • Identify the many adverse reactions that can occur with blood transfusion
      • Apply guidelines for transfusion of the products using evidence-based criteria
      • Discuss blood components, how they are collected, processed and used appropriately
      • Apply the most updated knowledge and molecular techniques in daily practice

Product Details

  • Title: Comprehensive Review of Blood Banking 2015
  • OakStone Price: $795.00.
  • Format: Video Files (MP4) + PDF.
  • File Size: 4.9 GB.

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