Transfusion audit of blood products using the World Health Organization Basic Information Sheet in Qazvin, Islamic Republic of Iran
AbstractWe assessed the practicality of using the transfusion basic Information Sheet [BIS] for data collection, to determine the overall adequacy of physician documentation of Blood product transfusion, and to make an audit of the appropriateness of blood product transfusion. The transfusion process and clinical indications for transfusions administered to adult hospitalized patients in 3 tertiary care teaching hospitals in Qazvin were prospectively reviewed. Adequate documentation was achieved in transfusion episodes, range 41%-73%, depending on the medical specialty; 15.7% of red blood cells and whole blood requests, 40.8% of platelet requests and 34.1% of fresh frozen plasma requests were inappropriate. BIS-based information along with data collection can be used to provide feedback regarding the effectiveness of and compliance with local and national transfusion guidelines
Sheikholeslami, H., Kani, C., Fallah Abed, P., Lalooha, F. & Mohammadi, N. (2010). Transfusion audit of blood products using the World Health Organization Basic Information Sheet in Qazvin, Islamic Republic of Iran. EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 16 (12), 1257-1262, 2010 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/118064
JournalEMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 16 (12), 1257-1262, 2010
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