TraçAbilité Des produits sanguins labiles au Maroc: Expérience de l'hôpital Ibn-Sina de Rabat entre 1999 et 2010

  • Ouadghiri S
  • Atouf O
  • Brick C
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Abstract

The blood transfusion and haemovigilance service of the Ibn-Sina hospital in Rabat (Morocco) was created 1997. This unit manages the pretransfusional tests, distribution of blood products, traceability and haemovigilance. The objective of this study was to analyze, over a period of 12. years, the traceability of blood products delivered in our hospital and the measures used to improve feedback information. Patients and methods: This is a retrospective study conducted between 1999 and 2010. Traceability rate was calculated from the feedback of traceability forms supplied with blood products (number of blood products noted on traceability forms on the total number of delivered product). To improve traceability rate, several actions were undertaken: one-time training, awareness campaigns and call phones asking for feedback information. Results: Between 1999 and 2010, the service has delivered 173,858 blood products. The average rate of traceability during this period was 13.4 %. Traceability rate varies widely over time (5.2 % in 1999, 15.5 % in 2010) and shows a maximum value of 27.2 % in 2005. Feedback information is lower in emergency departments than in medical and surgical services. Conclusion: Feedback information about traceability in Ibn-Sina hospital remains very poor despite the measures used. Other actions, such as continuous education courses, low enforcement and informatisation should be considered. © 2011 Elsevier Masson SAS.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Labile blood products
  • Morocco
  • Traceability
  • Transfusion safety

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Authors

  • S. Ouadghiri

  • O. Atouf

  • C. Brick

  • N. Benseffaj

  • M. Essakalli

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