1 November 2017 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm Australia/Sydney
The TRANSFUSE Study was a randomized controlled trial that explored does transfusion of freshest available RBC's in critically ill patients compared to standard care, decrease patient mortality?
The results and implications of this multicentre study are discussed by Dr Phillip Mondy one of the authors of the study.
Presenter: Dr Philip Mondy, Medical Specialist, Clinical Services and Research, Blood Service.
This session outlines the GCUH targeted coagulation management strategy and its implementation using case study examples. The rationale, the evidence and the technology is highlighted.
|Presenter:||Dr James Winearls, Consultant Intensivist, Gold Coast University Hospital.|
Watch this presentation by Dr Daniel Byrne (30 April 2016) discussing iron therapy in general practice. His presentation talks about iron infusions in the general setting practice for patients who cannot tolerate oral iron. Dr Byrne is a general practitioner for more than 20 years and is a long-standing partner at the Chandlers Hill Surgery, SA. He is an active member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the current Chair of the RACGP SA and NT Faculty Board.
27 July 2016 01:30pm - 02:00pm - Australia/Sydney
The management of iron deficiency anaemia is one of the patient blood management strategies that can reduce the need for a transfusion. There are a range of iron preparations.
Ms Barbara Parker is a Clinical Practice Consultant in Patient Blood Management for the BloodSafe Program SA.
15 June 2016 07:45am - 08:45am - Australia/Brisbane
This session presents and discusses the National Blood Authority Module 6 Patient Blood Management Paediatric and Neonatal Guidelines.
|Presenter:||A/Prof Helen Liley, Neonatal Paediatrician, Hon Senior Fellow, Mater Research|
Watch this presentation by Dr Anne Haughton (22 July 2015) review anaemia, all its causes and initial investigations.
Dr Anne Haughton is a Haematologist at Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology.
13 May 2015 01:30pm - 03:00pm - Australia/Melbourne
Patient blood management (PBM) improves patient outcomes by improving clinical management through boosting and conserving the patient's own blood. This session will cover PBM in maternity care including iron deficiency anaemia, indications for blood product support during pregnancy, the needs of the growing fetus and critical bleeding considerations for women.
Dr Helen Savoia, Head of Haematology, The Royal Children's Hospital
Dr Wendy Pollock, Critical Care Nurse and Midwife, Mercy Hospital for Women
Dr Shelley Rowlands, Obstetrician, Fetal maternal specialist, Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne
Watch this series of presentations on salvaging red blood cells, delivered at the Adelaide Blood Service Fellows Transfusion Rounds on 18 Nov 2013.
Presentation 1: Perioperative cell salvage - don't waste a drop. Presented by Dr Bernd Froessler, Staff Specialist in Anaesthesia at the Lyell McEwin Hospital and Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide.
Presentation 2: Red cell salvage within CTSU of the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Presented by Mr Peter Frantzis, Head of Clinical Perfusion at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Presentation 3: The use(fulness) of the cell saver in O&G. Presented by Dr Alphonse Roex, Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at the Lyell McEwin Hospital, now known as Northern Adelaide Health Network and Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide.
Presentation 4: Intraoperative cell salvage: a Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital experience. Presented by Dr Michelle Roets, Anaesthetic Consultant at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and Redland Hospital.
Watch this series of presentations on getting anemia right, delivered at a Brisbane Blood Service Transfusion Round on 12 June 2013.
Presentation 1: Functional assessment of anaemia. Presented by Dr Philip Crispin, Clinical Haematologist from Canberra Hospital and Clinical Fellow at the Blood Service.
Presentation 2: Getting iron to work. Presented by Dr Anne Haughton, Haematologist at Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology.
Presentation 3: Anaemia management in the community. Presented by Dr Lilon Bandler, Senior Lecturer in the Indigenous Health Education Unit at the University of Sydney.
Watch this series of presentations on patient blood management in critical bleeding, which were delivered at an Orange Blood Service Fellows Transfusion Round on 24 Sept 2013.
Presentation 1: Resuscitation issues in critical care. Presented by Dr John Lambert, Intensive Care Director at the Western NSW Local Health District and fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthesia as well as the College of Intensive Care Medicine.
Presentation 2: Early management of patients with severe trauma and critical bleeding. Presented by Professor Russell Gruen, Professor of Surgery and Public Health at Monash University, Director of the National Trauma Research Institute, and surgeon and head of Trauma Quality Assurance at The Alfred Hospital.
Presentation 3: Blood management in critical bleeding - rural and remote perspective. Presented by Dr Steve Flecknoe-Brown, Director of Clinical Training and Senior Lecturer at the Sydney Medical School and NSW Health Pathology Board chair.
Watch this series of presentations on massive transfusion in trauma, delivered at a Melbourne Blood Service Transfusion Round on 21 March 2013.
Presentation 1: The role of tranexamic acid in the bleeding trauma patient. Presented by Professor Russel Gruen, Professor of Surgery and Public Health at Monash University, Director of the National Trauma Research Institute, and surgeon and head of Trauma Quality Assurance at The Alfred Hospital.
Presentation 2: Massive Transfusion Protocol - does it work? Presented by Associate Professor Craig French, Intensive Care Unit Director at Western Health and member of the Australian Red Cross Blood Service Advisory Committee.
Presentation 3: Damage control for Trauma Laparotomy and Pelvic Exsanguination. Presented by Dr Kate Martin, General Surgeon and Trauma Surgeon at the Alfred Hospital. Presentation 4: Recombinant Factor VIIa - maybe sometimes? Presented by Associate Professor Craig French, Intensive Care Unit Director at Western Health and member of the Australian Red Cross Blood Service Advisory Committee.
11 Mar 2015 01:30pm - 03:00pm - Australia/Melbourne
ECMO is a life-saving tool that delivers oxygen to blood outside of the body for patients with severe respiratory and/or cardiac failure. It requires highly specialised care, including blood component support. This session explores the underlying processes and clinical issues associated with ECMO.
|Presenters:||Dr Deirdre Murphy, Deputy Director Intensive Care and Head of Cardiothoracic ICU, The Alfred Hospital Melbourne|
|Mrs Amy Johansen, Clinical Nurse Consultant - Extracorporeal Life Support, The Royal Childrens Hospital, Melbourne|