CACMLE Blood Bank & Transfusion Medicine Courses

154-Online: An Overview of Blood and Blood Components

$67.00

Contact Hours (Points): 5

Presented in PowerPoint with voice narration and animations (Microsoft PowerPoint – PC Compatible/Mac Compatible using PowerPoint Reader for System 9 version), this course reviews the benefits of blood component separation and delineates the processing steps required for the preparation of components from whole blood donation: red blood cells, fresh frozen plasma, platelets, and cryoprecipitate. Quality control criteria, apheresis collected components, and specific storage and transportation requirements for each component are discussed. Storage lesion of blood components and the biochemical changes that occur over time are reviewed. Clinical situations that necessitate post storage modifications are identified.

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An Overview of Blood and Blood Components

Self-Study 154 – Basic to Intermediate Level

Contact Hours (Points): 5

Written by Wyenona Hicks, MS, MT(ASCP)SBB

Published 2009.

Online 154: Course Taken Online: $67.00 BUY NOW

IMPORTANT: This online course is NOT downloadable; and is accessible using the following:

Desktop or Laptop Computer – Download the Adobe Flash program.

Apple iPad – Purchase for download Photon Flash Player for iPad Flash App or iSwifter Flash App. Launch either of these Apps to access the course online site in order to logon to and view your course. Remember to adjust your audio.

~~~ Sorry, you cannot view this course on a Nook or Kindle. ~~~

Here’s what satisfied customers have to say~

“I work in a hospital blood bank, good overview as to how components are made.”
~Lena Y.

“Very informative, enjoyed it, learned some relevant info.“
~Vickie U.

“Very well organized.“
~Cassandra B.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION I: COMPONENT SEPARATION
SECTION II: ANTICOAGULANT/PRESERVATIVE SOLUTIONS
SECTION III: BLOOD COLLECTION SYSTEMS
SECTION IV: MANUFACTURING
Red Blood Cell Components, Platelet Components, Plasma Components, Cryoprecipitate, Blood Derivatives, Apheresis Components
SECTION V: LABELING
SECTION VI: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION
SECTION VII: MODIFICATION
Rejuvenation, Cryopreservation and Deglycerolization of Red Blood Cells
SECTION VIII: QUALITY CONTROL REQUIREMENTS
SECTION IX: STORAGE LESION

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