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cheru26

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  1. cheru26

    Cerner QC Module

    Not yet. it is too complicated. We find the paper is easier.
  2. It should be based on what is written in your SOP. For me, big K can be rule out using one heterozygous. It does not show dosage.
  3. cheru26

    Incompatible cross match

    Have you looked into the possibility of patient having low incident antibody? Low incident antibody are usually picked up during crossmatch.
  4. cheru26

    XM for a newborn with mom's specimen

    We would like to know how you document mom sample to transfuse patient under month old? Where do you enter the antibody result from the mom?
  5. Question for hospitals that uses cerner PathNet, How do you associate mom sample to perform XM on neonates? If you don't mind Please share your your workflow or SOP/ Thanks'
  6. Do you use Cerner for your LIS ? how do you associate/link mother and baby sample?
  7. We use EL-USB-1-LCD by www.lascarelectronics.com.
  8. cheru26

    DAT PROCEDURE..

    I can email you mine...if you send me your email address.
  9. cheru26

    ISSUING BLOOD WITH A PT SAMPLE SHORT DATE

    It is ok to as long as the sample was in date when issued. No problem at all.
  10. Anybody using QC module in Cerner millennium? Can you share your experience and SOP how to set it up. Thanks
  11. Per CLSI, the minimum number is 20 sample. Make sure the Samples you select are fairly distributed in range from negative to large bleed.
  12. cheru26

    Additional blood request for type & screen

    Perform Crossmatch using existing T&S sample. The sample is valid and there is not enough time to develop an antibody .
  13. Does anybody know if there is a company that supply validation samples for Type and screen and DAT and other blood banks tests Thanks Daniel
  14. cheru26

    daily quality control

    Thank you everyone for sharing.
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