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About jeloweryii

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  • Birthday 02/01/1975

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    RTP, NC
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    Product Manager
    Hemo bioscience
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    Jimmy Lowery

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  1. I just answered this question. My Score PASS  
  2. Hemo bioscience is seeking input for several product improvements for our current products as well as ideas on a few new products. We would like to speak with 5-10 individuals who currently use manual tube method for pretransfusion testing and/or are current Hemo bioscience customers. To be considered, please send an email to j.lowery@hemobioscience.com with answers to the following: Who is your current primary vendor for manual blood bank reagents? Which potentiator (LISS, PEG) do you currently use as your primary method for manual antibody detection and identification? Are you a current or former Hemo bioscience customer? Which products and/or reagents have you purchased from Hemo bioscience? What type of facility (hospital, IRL, etc.) are you associated with? If selected to participate, a short phone call will be scheduled to further discuss. To show our appreciation, those who are selected and complete the project will receive an Amazon gift card via email. Thanks! Jimmy Lowery, MT(ASCP)SBBCM Product Manager, Hemo bioscience
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  4. BloodBankTalk:Allergic Reaction

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  6. Interesting responses.... I've seen it done both ways as well. My reference lab experience has been to go directly to the panel while my hospital experience has been to perform the screens first.
  7. Hemo bioscience is currently developing a new product to be used for validation of blood bank instrumentation. To better understand the challenges associated with new method implementation, we would like to speak with 5-10 individuals who have recently, i.e. within the last year, implemented a new automated method for pretransfusion testing. To be considered, please send an email to j.lowery@hemobioscience.com with answers to the following: Which instrument did you implement and when? Which assays did you validate/qualify for your new instrument? If selected to participate, a short phone call will be scheduled to further discuss your instrument validation/qualification process. To show our appreciation, those who are selected and complete the project will receive an Amazon gift card via email. Thanks! Jimmy Lowery, MT(ASCP)SBBcm Product Manager, Hemo bioscience
  8. Hemo bioscience

    Hemo bioscience, an established and growing biotechnology company headquartered in Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina, develops and manufactures immunohematology reagents and related products for the world wide transfusion diagnostics market. Our customers include industry partners, reference laboratories, buying groups, hospital blood banks, and donor centers. Hemo bioscience's in-house research, development and manufacturing activities are led by blood bank trained scientists who are committed to improving the science of transfusion technology. When life depends on reliable results, you can rely on Hemo bioscience - "The science in blood banking"
  9. I am doing a bit of research on KB stains and I was wondering what is the current practice. In the past I've worked at facilities where they were performed in-house (by BB or another department) and also where they were sent out. What are most hospital labs doing currently? Primary benefit of referral seem to be that you do not have to maintain competency, which can be difficult when the test is performed infrequently. I see TAT as the main drawback of referral, considering the recommendation to administer RhIg within 72 hours of delivery. Any other thoughts on referral vs. in-house testing? Anyone using KB as first test for routine FMH, i.e. not performing a "rosette" test fetal screen?
  10. SBB

    Congrats!!
  11. Smithsonian article about blood types

    Very good article!
  12. Anyone else at AABB?

    Please stop by the booth while you are there. It would be great to meet all of you. Also, while you are there, ask about our new FREE mobile app for blood banking. Safe travels, Jimmy Lowery Operations Manager Hemo bioscience 2011 AABB CTTXPO Booth #1701
  13. PEG vendor comparisons

    Hi Mabel, As I understand it, the 4 drop method is required when normal ionic strength PEG solutions (i.e. 20% PEG in PBS) are used. Since the Hemo bioscience PEG reagent is Low Ionic Strength, only two drops are required for antibody screen/identification testing procedures. Do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or require further information. Thanks, Jimmy Lowery, MT(ASCP) Operations Manager Hemo bioscience j.lowery@hemobioscience.com 1-866-332-2835
  14. Antibody Chart

    Hi mollyredone, You are most welcome. I hope you find the chart helpful.
  15. Antibody Chart

    Hello, As David mentioned, Hemo bioscience does have a current antibody chart available. To receive a copy, send your request with shipping address to info@hemobioscience.com Jimmy Lowery, MT(ASCP) Operations Manager Hemo bioscience
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