Blood cancers

HSCT audit leads to blood bank savings

Identifying predictors of transfusion burden after haematopoietic stem cell transplants has reduced wastage and workload for ward and laboratory staff, Australian haematologists say. The single-centre 8-year retrospective audit of blood use after allogeneic HSCT published in the Internal Medicine Journal found that male recipients, intermediate or advanced disease at transplant, use of cord blood stem ...

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