The Clinical Consultative Role of the Blood Bank in Transfusion Medicine
‘Transfusion Medicine deals with that part of the Health Care System which undertakes the appropriate provision and use of human blood resources.’
Transfusion Medicine thereby provides the essential scientific and clinical information for transfusion practice and the link between the altruistic blood donor and the patient.
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