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ADOPTING THE HEALTHCARE FAILURE MODE


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BLOOD TRANSFUSION ADMINISTRATION

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BLOOD TRANSFUSION SAFETY

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CAUSES OF FAILURE OF A BARCODE

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CLINICAL GUIDELINES, AUDITS AND HEMOVIGILANCE


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COMPARING NEAR MISSES WITH ACTUAL

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CONSECUTIVE NATIONAL SURVEYS OF ABO

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CURRENT PERFORMANCE OF PATIENT SAMPLE

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CURRENT CAUSES OF TRANSFUSION ADMINISTRATION


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END-TO END ELECTRONIC TRANSFUSION

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ENSURING THAT BLOOD TRANSFUSION SETS...MINISTER

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ERROR REPORTING IN TRANSFUSION MEDICINE


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ERRORS IN TRANSFUSION MEDICINE

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ERRORS IN TRANSFUSION

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EVALUATION OF THE CONFIDENTIAL UNIT EXCLUSION

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IMPLEMENTATION OF A SPECIFIC APPROV....BLOOD

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IMPROVING TRANSFUSION PRACTICE


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IMPROVING TRANSFUSION SAFETY

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MANAGING TRANSFUSION SERVICE QUALITY

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NATIONAL AUDIT OF BEDSIDE

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NETWORK COMPUTER-ASSISTED TRANSFUSION

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PATIENT INVOLVEMENT IN BLOOD TRANSFUSION

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PILOTING THE USE OF 2D BARCODE AND PATIENT

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PREDICTABLE AND AVOIDABLE HUMAN ERRORS IN

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PREVENTION OF BEDSIDE ERRORS IN TRANSFUSION

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RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF ADVERSE

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SERIOUS HAZARDS OF TRANSFUSION

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SOURCES OF PREVENTABLE ERRORS RELATED TO TRANSFUSION

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STAFF ATTITUDES ABOUT EVENT REPORTING AND

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THE IMMUNOHEMATOLOGIC AND PATIENT SAFETY

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TOWARDS THE CREATION OF FLEXIBLE CLASSIFICATION

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TRANSFUSION PRACTICE AND SAFETY

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TUBES FOR PRETRANSFUSION TESTING SHOULD BE COLLECTED

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VARIATION BETWEEN HOSPITALS IN RATES

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