Médecine transfusionnelle

Mises à jour

Dernière modification: 
18 aoû 2017

Auteur : Sheila O'Brien, RN, PhD
Mise en ligne : Juin 2017

Transfusion
Dernière modification: 
16 aoû 2017

Nous avons l’immense plaisir de présenter cette nouvelle édition électronique du Guide de la pratique transfusionnelle de la Société canadienne du sang. Ce guide, qui a été rédigé par des experts en la matière, est destiné aux professionnels de la santé amenés à administrer des produits sanguins ou à fournir des services en médecine transfusionnelle au Canada.

Transfusion
Dernière modification: 
16 aoû 2017

Présentement, cet article est disponible en anglais seulement.

Transfusion

Activités

Quand
2 octobre, 2017 | 8:00 - 5 octobre, 2017 | 17:00

Toronto

The Critical Care Canada Forum 2017 is Canada's national critical care meeting. Held over 4 days, it focuses on clinicians, scientists, and leaders in critical care medicine, and attracts the best speakers worldwide. CCCF consists of superlative plenary talks, thematic sessions and posters, with exhibits that demonstrate the latest products and services. 

Featuring internationally renowned experts; Darren Freed (Canada), Stephen Large (UK), Peter MacDonald (Australia), Paul Murphy (UK), and Robert TRuog (USA). 

Transfusion
Organs and Tissues
Quand
7 octobre, 2017 | 8:00 - 10 octobre, 2017 | 18:00

San Diego, California

en anglais seulement

The AABB Annual Meeting is the premiere event for healthcare professionals in the fields of transfusion medicine and cellular therapies.

Click here for more information.

Transfusion
Stem Cells

Blog

blood bags - ready and waiting

Dernière modification: 
19 aoû 2017

In this six-part series, Dr. Jeannie Callum, a hospital-based transfusion specialist, shares her real-life experience witnessing the impact of blood donation on patient lives. She provides some fascinating insight into blood transfusion, past and present, and emphasizes the need for male donors and why some donors may be safer for patients. 

Natural Killer Cell - istock

Dernière modification: 
9 aoû 2017

A new study by Centre for Innovation scientist Dr. Heyu Ni and his research team at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto clarifies how maternal antibodies can cause fetal growth restriction and miscarriage, and introduces a new therapeutic target: natural killer cells.

opportunity

Dernière modification: 
2 aoû 2017

ResearchUnits are lay summaries of published research prepared by our colleagues at Canadian Blood Services' Centre for Innovation. They're simple and purposeful tools that report on project outcomes and research conducted by our investigators.