KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY

SPC Releases New Book on Blood Banking and Transfusion

 

A new book on blood banking and transfusion has been published by the Scientific Publishing Center of King Abdulaziz University, it was announced.

Titled "Introduction to Blood banking and Transfusion", the book is coauthored by Dr Salwa Hindawi Amer H. Asseri, Assistant Professor in Hematology and Transfusion Medicine, Director of Blood Transfusion Services of King Abdulaziz University Hospital, and Amer H. Asseri, an academic technician at the Faculty of Science, Biochemistry Department, King Abdulaziz University.

The book is 145 pages long and is divided into three chapters; the first chapter tackles the definitions and techniques of blood bank; the second chapter discusses blood donation, the physical condition and requirements of the donor, types of donors and healthy and correct methods of donation; the third chapter deals with how to administer blood or its components to the patient.

The book is intended to shed light on subjects pertinent to blood banking and transfusion medicine. It provides useful information to students as well as professionals, and is very useful for blood bankers, where current subjects as quality control and ethical aspects are approached with precision and clearness.

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