Blood Bank Analyzers buying guide 2015
22 January 2015

A blood bank is a place where recipient blood is typed (grouped) and screened for antibodies, and crossmatched for compatibility prior to transfusion with donated blood. 'The term 'blood bank' can also refer to a place where donor blood is collected, separated and stored. This guide is intended for immunohematologists working in the transfusion/compatibility testing department.

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