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Autologous transfusion in developing countries, Geneva, 10-12 December 1990
Global Blood Safety Initiative Consultation on Autologous Transfusion in Developing Countries (1990: Geneva); World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology and Blood Safety Unit; WHO Global Programme on AIDS; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1991 )
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L' autotransfusion dans les pays en développement, Genève, 10-12 décembre 1990
Initiative mondiale pour la sécurité transfusionnelle sur l'autotransfusion dans les pays en développement (1990: Genève, Suisse); World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology and Blood Safety Unit; WHO Global Programme on AIDS; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1991 )
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Blood transfusion : a guide to the formation and operation of a transfusion service / edited by C. C. Bowley, K. L. G. Goldsmith & W. D'A. Maycock on behalf of World Health Organization, the International Society of Blood Transfusion, and the League of Red Cross Societies
Bowley, Charles Christopher; Goldsmith, K. L. G; Maycock, W. d'A; Cazal, P; World Health Organization; International Society of Blood Transfusion; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1971 )
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Componentes esenciales de la sangre, derivados y sucedáneos del plasma, Ginebra, 20-22 de marzo de 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies; Global Blood Safety Initiative ( 1989 )
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Composants essentiels du sang, dérivés et substituts du plasma, Genève, 20-22 mars 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies; Global Blood Safety Initiative ( 1989 )
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Consensus statement on accelerated strategies to reduce the risk of transmission of HIV by blood transfusion, Geneva, 20-22 March 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies; Global Blood Safety Initiative ( 1989 )
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Consensus statement on screening of blood donations for infectious agents transmissible through blood transfusion, Geneva, 30 January to 1 February 1990
World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology and Blood Safety Unit; Global Blood Safety Initiative; WHO Global Programme on AIDS; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1991 )
Coping with natural disasters : the role of local health personnel and the community
World Health Organization; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1989 )
Abstract

Provides a well-structured collection of facts, advice, and recommended actions that can enable community leaders and health personnel to take control when disaster strikes. While noting that reliance on outside assistance is an inevitable part of disaster management, the book emphasizes the many things communities can do to save lives while awaiting help and guard against the tragedy of inappropriate aid. Information is specific to emergencies caused by earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, floods, hurricanes, gales, tidal waves, and droughts. The first half of the book sets out detailed plans of action for coping with a progression of likely events, moving from immediate rescue operations and treatment of the injured, through the sheltering of survivors and burial of the dead, to the coordination of relief operations and the planning of long-term recovery. Using checklists, action plans, and abundant illustrations, chapters help readers to anticipate problems, visualize procedures, and be prepared to move into action. Details range from advice on how to locate survivors to a list of dangers to avoid during food distribution. The second half of the book concentrates on a selection of special problems requiring detailed explanation or instructions. Readers are given information on the diseases that should be monitored in temporary shelters, measures for assessing nutritional status and determining the need for supplementary feeding, and instructions for preparing record cards, self-evaluation reports, and maps of risks and resources. Readers are also given information on what to do during an earthquake, how to interpret damage to different types of buildings in terms of the risk of continued residence, and what types of medical equipment will be needed

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Declaraci'on de consenso sobre detecci'on en la sangre donada de agentes infecciosos transmisibles por transfusi'on sangu'inea, Ginebra, 30 de enero a 1 de febrero de 1990
World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology and Blood Safety Unit; Global Blood Safety Initiative; WHO Global Programme on AIDS; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1991 )
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Declaración de consenso sobre métodos acelerados para reducir el riesgo de transmisi'on del VIH por la transfusi'on sangu'inea, Ginebra, 20-22 de marzo de 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies; Global Blood Safety Initiative ( 1989 )
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Déclaration de consensus concernant les méthodes accélérées permettant de réduire le risque de transmission du VIH par la transfusion sanguine, Genève, 20-22 mars 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies; Global Blood Safety Initiative ( 1989 )
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Déclaration de consensus sur la recherche d' agents infectieux à transmission transfusionnelle dans les dons de sang, Genève, 30 janvier - 1er février 1990
World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology and Blood Safety Unit; Global Blood Safety Initiative; WHO Global Programme on AIDS; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1991 )
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Directives applicables à l' utilisation du sang, Genève, 2-5 mai 1989 / organisée par l' Initiative mondiale pour la sécurité des dons de sang
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; Global Blood Safety Initiative; League of Red Cross Societies; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; Consultation sur le développement et le renforcement des services de transfusion sanguine (1989 : Genève, Switzerland) ( 1989 )
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Essential blood components, plasma derivatives and substitutes, Geneva, 20-22 March 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies; Global Blood Safety Initiative ( 1989 )
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Essential consumables and equipment for a blood transfusion service, Geneva, 20-22 March 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; Global Blood Safety Initiative; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1989 )
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Fournitures et matériels essentiels pour les services de transfusion sanguine, Genève, 20-22 mars 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; Global Blood Safety Initiative; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1989 )
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Guide concernant le SIDA et les premiers secours sur le lieu de travail
World Health Organization; International Labour Office; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1990 )
Abstract

On trouvera dans cet ouvrage des directives concises et autorisées sur les précautions à prendre pour éviter que des secouristes ne contractent une infection par le VIH lorsqu'ils dispensent les premiers secours sur le lieu du travail. Ce guide, mis au point par l'OMS en collaboration avec la Ligue des Sociétés de la Croix Rouge et du Croissant Rouge et le Bureau international du Travail, contient des informations générales sur la transmission du virus de l'immunodéficience humaine et des indications spécifiques sur les risques associés à l'administration des premiers secours à un travailleur blessé. Il traite successivement de la réanimation par le bouche-à-bouche, des mesures à prendre en cas de saignements, du nettoyage des souillures de sang, et des prescriptions à appliquer quand un secouriste a été en contact avec du sang. Le guide rassurera aussi les secouristes, en leur rappelant que le risque de contracter une infection à VIH lors du bouche-à-bouche ou du traitement d'une hémorragie est très faible, et ne doit pas servir de prétexte pour ne pas donner des soins qui peuvent être vitaux. Il se termine par une déclaration de consensus sur le SIDA et le lieu de travail, avec des conseils sur l'élaboration des politiques de l'emploi

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Guidelines for the appropriate use of blood, Geneva, 2-5 May 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; Global Blood Safety Initiative; League of Red Cross Societies; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; GBSI Consultation on Developing and Strengthening Blood Transfusion Services (1989 : Geneva) ( 1989 )
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Guidelines on AIDS and first aid in the workplace / published by the World Health Organization in collaboration with the International Labour Office and the League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
World Health Organization; International Labour Office; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1990 )
Abstract

Presents concise, authoritative guidelines on the precautions that should be followed in order to protect first aid workers from contracting HIV infection following the administration of first aid measures in the workplace. The guidelines, which were developed by WHO in collaboration with the League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the International Labour Office, contain general information on the transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus and specific information on risks associated with first aid treatment of injured employees. Topics include mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, treatment of bleeding, the cleaning up of spilt blood, and the immediate steps to take when a first aid worker is exposed to blood. The guidelines also reassure first aid workers that the risk of acquiring infection during mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and the management of bleeding is very low and should not be used as a reason to withhold life-saving procedures. The book concludes with a consensus statement on AIDS and the workplace, including advice on the development of employment policies

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Minimum targets for blood transfusion services, Geneva, 20-22 March 1989
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization. Health Laboratory Technology Unit; League of Red Cross Societies; Global Blood Safety Initiative ( 1989 )
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