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Extensive benchmark studies based on associations between specific diseases classified by the ICD9-CM system 23 and blood component transfusion should be conducted in order to provide solid evidence to clarify these phenomena, while at the same making data available to update decreto 186 de 2008 and, possibly, regional and national regulations.
Over the past 20 years, scientific progress, the development of new technologies, increasing demand for blood products, widespread concern about maintaining the blood supply, increasing quality and safety requirements for products and services, together with greater public awareness of transfusion risks, economic constraints and more stringent regulatory provisions, have dramatically changed TM and, perhaps, some substantial aspects of the profiles of professionals working in blood systems.
Decreto 186 de 2008 these changes increasingly imply a shift of TM towards a "pharmaceutical" destiny?
Will it be possible to maintain adequate blood and blood product supplies if appropriate needs do not replace what, maybe too often, is the demand for blood components? Will TM physicians become excellent "technologists" working according to SOP, but wrenched away from clinical issues?
We agree with Isbister 7 that clinicians should not be decreto 186 de 2008 to be the gatekeepers of blood supply, but at the same time we believe that there are valuable reasons to affirm that TM physicians should be the gatekeepers of clinical appropriateness of transfusion practices.
European haemovigilance decreto 186 de 2008 have shown that patients still run significant risks resulting from failures in the therapeutic use of blood components. While collection, testing, processing and distribution of blood and blood components have been regulated and must meet mandatory standards, we agree with Robinson 11 that there is now a call for the development of European-wide measures to ensure appropriate use of this vital but increasingly costly and limited resource.
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It is to be hoped that the decreto 186 de 2008 regulatory acts in Italy, applying the 21 October Law and European Directives regarding BTC authorisation and accreditation and national blood policies, will be coherent with these issues.
Evidence based medicine has come a long way. The second decade will be as exciting as the first [editorial] BMJ.
Best Pract Res Clin Haematol. Teaching evidence based medicine [editorial] BMJ. The strength and the weaknesses of the evidence base for transfusion medicine.
Evidence-based practice of transfusion medicine: Dev Biol Basel ; Rouger P, Hossenlopp C, editors. Blood Transfusion in Europe.
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