2016 № 6 Features of the national biological crossmatch for blood transfusion
Knowledge of 184 physicians on the procedure of the biological crossmatch at the beginning of bloodtransfusions has been studied. Special formalized questionnaire was established for answers to the 4 questions aboutnumber of drops in 1 ml of blood; about actions during the biological crossmatch; about diagnostic monitoringmethods; about records. An ambiguous understanding of the regulatory requirements has been found. The maximumfrequency of the most popular answer to the questions was 49.1%, 44.2%, 74.5% and 47.9%, respectively. It isadvisable to change the text of the standards in order to harmonization of scientifically sound international practice.
2015 № 4 Improved reporting on blood transfusion
By Delphi method with 58 experts there was carried out a three-step search for indicators reporting on the work of blood transfusion. Lapidary report form containing number of transfused blood components units and recipients has been proposed.
2013 № 12 Pecularities of National Rules of blood transfusion (National medical and surgical center after N.I.Pirogov, Moscow, Russia)
There has been evaluated a correspondance of Rules on usage of donor blood in clinic needs and/or its components with International standards, experience of other developed countries and Russian health care practice. It has been shown that Rules lack information on reaching national consensus opinion, the data on level of conclusiveness of several Rules with indication of publication source (as it is conducted in other developed countries). There has been noted a necessity in completing a serious correction of the Rules.
2014 № 10 National blood transfusion reporting features (National Pirogov Medical and Surgical Center, Moscow, Russia)
Existing indicators of statistical reporting on blood transfusions in the Russian hospital are invalid and suggest keeping mixed blood and blood components and are not subject to unequivocal interpretation. Scholastic use of the existing statistical indicators makes them practically unusable, and the impossibility of any analysis of transfusion therapy in Russian clinics.