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Just imagine…

Just imagine…

Just imagine…. One of your dear one met with an accident and is rushed to hospital…. Your friend/family member is being treated and a doctor tells you…. “Well, the patient is out of danger. But there has been severe loss of blood and unfortunately, we don’t have stock of AB positive group.” .

By tauret
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Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C. Prepared by Hepatitis Branch Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 9/25/00. Features of Hepatitis C Virus Infection. Incubation period Average 6-7 weeks Range 2-26 weeks Acute illness (jaundice) Mild ( < 20%) Case fatality rate Low Chronic infection 75%-85%

By vasilis
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Susceptibility of immunoassays to interference from human anti-animal antibodies: How common a problem ?

Susceptibility of immunoassays to interference from human anti-animal antibodies: How common a problem ?

Susceptibility of immunoassays to interference from human anti-animal antibodies: How common a problem ?. Roger L. Bertholf, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Pathology University of Florida Health Science Center/Jax. Human anti-animal antibodies. First described in 1971 by Ammann and Hong

By siran
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HIV / AIDS EPIDEMIC IN INDIA

HIV / AIDS EPIDEMIC IN INDIA

HIV / AIDS EPIDEMIC IN INDIA. Lt Col HS Ratti, MD (PSM), DNB. HIV/AIDS Global Pandemic: End 2002. Number of people living with HIV/AIDS 42 million People newly infected with HIV in 2002 5 million AIDS deaths in 2002 3.1 million. First Cluster. 4.57 m. 70. 5%. 1992 1.7 m cases.

By harry
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TRALI: It’s Not Just For Blood Bankers Anymore

TRALI: It’s Not Just For Blood Bankers Anymore

TRALI: It’s Not Just For Blood Bankers Anymore. Norman D. Means, MD, FCAP Blood Bank of Alaska. TRALI. What is it?. Transfusion-Related Acute Lung Injury. First described by Popovsky , Abel and Moore in 1983 Am Rev Resp Dis 1983;128:185-9 Acute Pulmonary Edema Respiratory Distress

By cyma
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Blood Donor Written Statement of Understanding

Blood Donor Written Statement of Understanding

Blood Donor Written Statement of Understanding . Orieji Illoh, MD Office of Blood Research and Review CBER/FDA. Introduction. Blood Products Advisory Committee April 29, 2011. Outline. Introduction Issues to be considered Donor consent: Current status

By shen
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The red ribbon was invented in South Africa as the symbol for people willing to help with HIV/AIDS

The red ribbon was invented in South Africa as the symbol for people willing to help with HIV/AIDS

The geographic orientation of Southeast Asia regarding the spread of HIV/AIDS Paul R. Earl Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León San Nicolás de los Garza, NL 66451 Mexico.

By wattan
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Blood Products Advisory Committee Meeting

Blood Products Advisory Committee Meeting

Blood Products Advisory Committee Meeting. April 26, 2007 Ben Marchlewicz, Ph.D. PRISM R&D, Program Manager. Abbott’s approach to Chagas Testing PRISM Chagas Description of the assay Performance Chagas Confirmatory Description of the assay Performance.

By john
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Proposed Workshop: Hemoglobin Standards and Maintenance of Iron Stores in Blood Donors

Proposed Workshop: Hemoglobin Standards and Maintenance of Iron Stores in Blood Donors

Proposed Workshop: Hemoglobin Standards and Maintenance of Iron Stores in Blood Donors. Blood Product Advisory Committee April 29, 2011. Interest in this Topic. June, 2001: Workshop: Maintaining Iron Balance in Women Blood Donors of Child Bearing Age.

By tim
(125 views)

Palau HIV & AIDS Update

Palau HIV & AIDS Update

Palau HIV & AIDS Update. June 14, 2009 Johana H. Ngiruchelbad, RN. Background Information . Population 20,000 Cumulative HIV Cases: 8 + 1 = 9 One new case in 2008 3 living and under care 4 died 2 transferred out. Testing data. Average of 1500-1700 HIV tests per year

By etoile
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<COMPANY NAME> and Partners for Life

<COMPANY NAME> and Partners for Life

<COMPANY NAME> and Partners for Life. What is Partners for Life?. • Donating blood as a team saves more lives – it’s that simple • Joining Partners for Life helps teams like ours get together and make a difference • Your participation is an essential piece of the puzzle.

By rob
(136 views)

Office of Blood Research and Review An Overview

Office of Blood Research and Review An Overview

Office of Blood Research and Review An Overview. Organizational structure and regulatory responsibilities Regulatory Science Research Programs . C.D. Atreya, Ph.D. Associate Director for Research (Acting) OBRR, CBER. Presentation to the BPAC July 13, 2006.

By gypsy
(92 views)

MATHEMATICS FOR THE RELUCTANT

MATHEMATICS FOR THE RELUCTANT

MATHEMATICS FOR THE RELUCTANT. Deborah Hughes Hallett. For a General Education Course:. Use a context that is interesting to students Ask students to make a decision; not only do calculations. For a General Education Course:. First provide evidence: data, numbers, graphs

By kaoru
(96 views)

Measuring the HIV/AIDS epidemic

Measuring the HIV/AIDS epidemic

Measuring the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Prevalence Incidence. Prevalence. Prevalence is: the % of a population infected with HIV at a point in time Prevalence = no. of people with HIV X 100 total population. Prevalence. Provides a “snapshot” of the situation

By arwen
(126 views)

Every year India is in need of 40 million units of 250cc blood

Every year India is in need of 40 million units of 250cc blood

Every year India is in need of 40 million units of 250cc blood. Page 1. only a meager 5,000,000 of blood units are available , and in a day hundreds of people are dying due to lack of blood. unfortunately. Page 2. What is mblood ?.

By tori
(52 views)

TNF

TNF

TNF. IFN- γ. *. *. *. **. *. 150. 6. 100. ng/ml. ng/ml. 4. 50. 2. 0. 0. +WT 3 ×10 7 /ml. AL- 3 ×10 7 /ml. +WT 3 ×10 6 /ml. +WT 3 ×10 5 /ml. +WT 3 ×10 7 /ml. AL- 3 ×10 7 /ml. +WT 3 ×10 6 /ml. +WT 3 ×10 5 /ml. IL-6. IL-8. IL-10. *. *. 2. 300. 150. 1.5. 200. ng/ml.

By edolie
(101 views)

Hepatitis B: Disease and prevention

Hepatitis B: Disease and prevention

Hepatitis B: Disease and prevention. 3rd June , 2011. LAYOUT OF PRESENTATION. The virus/ es Epidemiology/Statistics HBV disease complications and Transmission Risk groups Prevention, Vaccination. Hepatitis A and B: overview. Hepatitis A and B are inflammatory diseases of the liver 1

By madison
(132 views)

HIV/AIDS Registry Baguio City , 1992 – 2011

HIV/AIDS Registry Baguio City , 1992 – 2011

HIV/AIDS Registry Baguio City , 1992 – 2011. 1992 – 2 PWAs( husband (OCW) and wife, 30 – 45 y/o) † 1997 – 3 PWAs (23y/o F, >35 y/o M (American), 42y/o M - OCW) † 1998 – 1 PWA (40 y/o M, OCW) † 1999 – 1 PWA (34 y/o F, OCW) † 2000 – 1 PWH (26 y/o F*) – presumed still living

By orinda
(110 views)

Trypanosoma cruzi

Trypanosoma cruzi

Trypanosoma cruzi. Endemic to Mexico, South America and Central America, infecting 8-11 million people there It is associated with poverty and poor housing because the insects that carry the disease can live in cracks and holes of poorly constructed houses made out of thatch, and mud

By sally
(251 views)

Epidemiology of Chronic Hepatitis B virus infection

Epidemiology of Chronic Hepatitis B virus infection

Epidemiology of Chronic Hepatitis B virus infection. Dr Olufunmilayo Lesi Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist College of Medicine, University of Lagos/LUTH July 2011. Management of Chronic Hepatitis B virus infection. Lesi , Olufunmilayo MBBch , FWACP, FMCP

By chaka
(349 views)

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