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The strengths and weaknesses of bedside electronic systems for recording transfusion-related patient observations

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Blood product administration is associatedwith many risks including acute transfusion reactions. To enable detection of adverse reactions so that necessary treatment can be given, the patient should have their observations (i.e. blood pressure, temperature, pulse and respiratory rate) monitored closely before, during and after the transfusion of blood products. An electronic bedside transfusion process (BloodTrack, Haemonetics) has been used at this institution for over 10 years and enables p...

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Published
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Peer reviewed

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10.1111/trf.13807

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Oxford, MSD, Clinical Neurosciences
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Wiley Publisher's website
Publication date:
2016-09-05
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pubs:716341
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uri:e528ac25-83a7-42bf-b917-63d0aa0b51ed
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uuid:e528ac25-83a7-42bf-b917-63d0aa0b51ed
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pubs:716341

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