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Australia, 6th June, 2017

The Patient Blood Management program designed to maximise the use of a patient's own blood to help avoid blood transfusions during hospital treatment has been published in Transfusion, the journal of the American Association of Blood Banks.

blood bag and test tubes

A Western Australia study published in Transfusion (external link), the journal of the American Association of Blood Banks, shows a world-first, system-wide patient blood management program was associated with improved patient survival, along with reduced complications and hospital length of stay, while saving millions of dollars.

The Patient Blood Management (PBM) program is designed to maximise the use of a patient’s own blood to help avoid blood transfusions during hospital treatment.  International studies have shown that patients recover sooner, heal faster and have fewer complications when they rely upon their own blood supply during their hospital stay.

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