Future Developments in Blood Banking: Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Symposium on Blood Transfusion, Groningen 1985, organized by the Red Cross Blood Bank Groningen-Drenthe / Edition 1

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I. Community aspects.- Changing demographic aspects.- Changing emphasis in collection procedures.- HTLV III/LAV: The role of molecular biology in viral detection and prevention.- Legal aspects of blood banking: An American perspective.- II. Production aspects.- Perspective of the future in developing countries.- Bag designs, plastics and preservatives.- In vivo kinetics in autologous transfusion of red cells preserved 42 and 49 days at + 4°C in PAGGSS and in ADSOL-AS1.- Platelet function during storage in PVC bags with increased gas permeability.- Developments in apheresis technology.- Manufacturing in the Blood Bank of high purity heat-treated factor VIII concentrate from heparin stabilized blood and its consequences for the red cells and supernate plasma components.- Heating of double coldprecipitated factor VIII concentrate from heparinized plasma.- Practical aspects of ice-free cryopreservation.- Properties of hemoglobin interdimerically cross-linked with NFPLP.- Production of Hematopoietic cells in Culture.- III. Laboratory aspects.- Machine-readable symbols in blood transfusion.- Safety and control in bar-code symbology within the blood transfusion service.- Application of robotics in blood banking.- Monoclonal antibodies as tools for the Immunohematologist.- Solid phase red cell adherence tests in the Blood Banking.- A preliminary report on the evaluation of the Kontron MicroGroupamatic.- CMV antibody testing in blood donors.- Standards and quality assurance.- IV. Clincial aspects.- Recent changes in patient population: A mission for Blood Banks.- Perspectives in supportive hemotherapy.- Liver transplantation with CMV negative blood and its products.- Factors and mechanisms involved in renal allograft rejection in man.- Bedside practice of blood transfusion to be developed?.
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