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What is the ISBT code for thawed FP24?  We just recently started getting it and I'm having trouble finding the thaw code.  I know the frozen code is E2619.  FOUND IT!

Thanks,

Mari

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The thawed code we are using for E2619 is E2737; this is from CP2D whole blood.  You may also need these:

Plasma, fz within 24 hours, from CPD = E2555 (frozen) and E2701 (thawed)

Plasma, fz within 24 hours from CPDA-1 = E2587 (frozen) and E2719 (thawed)

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We use the same codes as above. We also have codes for apheresis plasma, frozen within 24 hours,

These are all in our current inventory

E7644 E2121  ACD-A

E7648 E5548 ACD-A

E7646 E5548 ACD-A

E7650 E5550 ACD-A

 

E2619 E2737 PLASMA CPD

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On 5/12/2017 at 6:34 AM, Townsend said:

The thawed code we are using for E2619 is E2737; this is from CP2D whole blood.  You may also need these:

Plasma, fz within 24 hours, from CPD = E2555 (frozen) and E2701 (thawed)

Plasma, fz within 24 hours from CPDA-1 = E2587 (frozen) and E2719 (thawed)

Now my problem is that it only allows a 24 hour expiration, and we make all our thawed plasma into 5 days from the start.  I'm not a whiz on Hematrax.  Thanks!

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You will need to edit your table that deals with product modifications.  Change the outdate from 24H to 120H.

This will make it 5 days from the start.

This is how we do ours. :)

 

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We just switched over to using thawed plasma - 5 day exp.

I changed my outdate to 120H - but it expires them at midnight - which brings it past the thaw time by several hours, so technically it is 5 days + some hours expired.

Is there a way to make it reflect the time of thaw as expiration and not midnight? Does it matter?? Am I being too literal?? lol

thanks for any insight

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