Mises à jour

Dernière modification: 
14 fév 2019

Auteure : Tanya Petraszko, M.D., FRCPC
Date de publication en ligne : février 2019

Transfusion
Date de publication: 
10 aoû 2018
Chapitre 4

Les produits d’immunoglobulines (Ig) sont préparés à partir de plasma provenant d’un grand nombre de donneurs soigneusement sélectionnés. Ils peuvent être utilisés comme traitement de reconstitution du système immunitaire chez les personnes immunodéficientes ou comme traitement immunomodulateur contre les troubles auto-immuns ou allo-immuns. Ces produits comprennent les immunoglobulines intraveineuses (IgIV), les immunoglobulines sous-cutanées (IgSC), l’immunoglobuline Rh (IgRh) et l’hyperimmunoglobuline.  

Transfusion
Dernière modification: 
11 fév 2019

Auteurs : Katherine Serrano, Ph. D., Peter Schubert, Ph. D. et Dana Devine, Ph. D.
Date de publication en ligne : septembre 2017

Transfusion

Activités

Quand
19 février, 2019 | 12:00 - 13:00

Toronto/Webinar

Presented by:

Dr. Jelena Holovati
Director, Edmonton Stem Cell Manufacturing Program
Canadian Blood Services

Objectives:

1.  To understand the key steps in autologous stem cell manufacturing process.
2.  To highlight recent process improvement activities in Edmonton HSC manufacturing facility.

References:

n/a

 

Transfusion
Organs and Tissues
Stem Cells
Quand
28 février, 2019 | 12:00 - 13:00

Toronto/Webinar

Presented by:

Jacob Pendergrast, MD, FRCPC
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
University Health Network Blood Transfusion Service

Learning Objectives:

1.  To discuss the current health status of Canadian rural and Indigenous populations.
2.  To review the history of health care provision to these populations.
3.  To explore the challenges and opportunities for provision of safe transfusion support to these areas.

 

Transfusion
Quand
12 mars, 2019 | 12:00 - 13:00

Toronto/Webinar

Speaker:

Valerie Arsenault

 

More details to follow.

 

Transfusion

Blogue

Dernière modification: 
13 fév 2019

As part of a larger ongoing effort to develop non-invasive technologies to monitor blood products during storage, researchers have developed a new technique to assess the quality of blood without breaching the sterility of blood bags.

Dernière modification: 
7 fév 2019

This week, we highlight work from one of our partners, the Centre for Blood Research. Wayne Zhao describes a review by Dr. Ed Conway, Centre for Blood Research director and adjunct scientist at the Centre for Innovation. This review describes the many roles of thrombomodulin, a protein involved in blood coagulation.

Dernière modification: 
23 jan 2019

In this study, Dr. William Sheffield and Craig Jenkins from the Centre for Innovation tested levels and activities of important plasma factors for coagulation in recovered plasma. They found that the way in which plasma is manufactured from whole blood impacts the composition of recovered plasma.