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《Chinese Journal of Blood Transfusion》 2014-06
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The practice of monitoring and regulating the blood inventory in remote island hospitals based on RFID

LI Haoru;JIN Xiuguo;FU Haijun;WANG Haihong;The Central Blood Station of Zhoushan;  
Objective To explore the effect of RFID technology on the real-time temperature monitoring of blood sent to the remote island hospitals. Methods The amount of distributed red blood cell suspension,blood discraded due to expiration and blood returned to blood station before and after the use of RFID monitoring system were collected in 3 hospitals on remote islands. The reasons for expiration were analyzed. Results After using the RFID system,the average discard rate in 3 hospitals decreased from 26. 2% to 9. 8%. Conclusion RFID cold chain monitoring system for blood can ensure the provision of blood for clinical use on islands,reduce the volume of blood discarded due to expiration and improve the safety of blood. It has good social and economic benefits and could be a good reference for areas with traffic inconvenience.
【CateGory Index】: R457.1
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【Co-citations】
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1 LI Haoru;WANG Haihong;FU Haijun;LU Hanquan;ZOU Yafeng;JIN Xiuguo;Central Blood Station of Zhoushan;The College Of Computer Science,Zhejiang University;;Application of RFID technology in the blood cold chain monitoring[J];Chinese Journal of Blood Transfusion;2014-03
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