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Experiences of Blood Bank Performance in Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital

Nam PS

Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital (BAACH) is one of the US military General Hospitals in Korea that have blood services. The author of this paper is a civilian employee who...
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Analysis of HCV RNA Genotypes and Quantitative Values of Korean HCV NAT Reactive Blood Donors

Shin S, Kang JW, Kang J, Seo YI, Park JR, Lee DD, Min H, Kim M

BACKGROUND: Ever since the Korean Red Cross adopted HCV NAT for blood donor screening in 2005, HCV NAT reactive donors have been identified every year. The identification of the clinical...
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-D-/-D- Phenotype Frequency among Korean Donors

Lee MK, Jung SY, Kim JU, Kim JP, Kim DH, Park JR

BACKGROUND: To improve Rh-related antigen negative blood supply effectively, the Korean Red Cross (KRC) blood centers have performed Rh phenotype screening tests of C, c, E and e antigens for...
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The Experience of Applying an Australian Red Blood Cell Safety Stock Calculation to Korean Hospitals

Huh J, Lim YA, Hong YJ, Kim KH, Kim JN, Oh JA, Choi JG

BACKGROUND: The management of red blood cell inventory in hospital's blood bank is crucial. The Australian Red Cross Blood Service developed a RBC safety stock calculation method (abbreviated as the...
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Korean Red Cross Hospital (1905–1907): Focused on its Establishment, Management and Abolition

LEE KW, CHOI EK

The Korean Empire, its state sovereignty threatened by the Empire of Japan, joined the Geneva Conventions in 1903 for the purpose of neutral diplomacy and established the imperial Korean Red...
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Analysis of Reentry Test for the Donors Showing Reactivity or Grey Zone in a HBV Surface Antigen Assay by a Chemiluminescent Immunoassay

Shin S, Kang J, Lee KR, Shin GS, Kang JW, Seo YI, Min H

BACKGROUND: If donors who were deferred due to the reactivity or grey zone in HBV surface antigen (HBsAg) assay want to donate blood again, they need to pass reentry tests....
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Experience in Improving ABO Blood Typing Error at the Blood Donation Site

Lee DD, Kim EJ, Seo Y, Jo M, Jo Y, Lee MK

BACKGROUND: In the Korean Red Cross Blood Center, ABO blood typing are routinely performed only via red cell grouping at blood donations sites. However, when an error occurs in this...
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Analysis of Blood Donors in a Tertiary Care Hospital as a Fixed Collection Site

Lee HJ, Shin KH, Song D, Lee SM, Kim IS, Chang CL, Kim HH

BACKGROUND: Blood transfusion is important when treating patients with anemia or bleeding; thus, supply of blood components should be stable prior to transfusion. To recruit donors, blood donation sites should...
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Estimation of the Outbreaks of Transfusion-Transmissible Emerging Infectious Diseases in Korean Blood Donors by Public Data

Kang JW, Seo JH, Kang J, Youn KW, Shin SM, Seo YI, Huh K

BACKGROUND: Transfusion transmissible emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) is a potential risk to the safety of blood transfusions due to the lack of donor screening assays. To prevent the spread of...
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Proposal of Evaluation Method for Leukoreduction Blood Filter and Evaluation of Domestic Filter

Shin GS, Kim SH, Kim B, Lee KR, Kang JW, Huh K, Kim J, Rhee KJ, Kim YS

BACKGROUND: A leukoreduction filter was recently developed in Korea to reduce various kinds of adverse transfusion reactions. The objective of this study was to propose a domestic evaluation system for...
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Current Status of Irradiated Blood Components and Blood Irradiators in Korean Medical Institutes

Kim J, Seo JH, Choi KY, Cho NS, Kwon SY, Park SJ, Oh DJ

BACKGROUND: Gamma or X-ray irradiation of blood components is used to prevent transfusion associated graft-versus-host disease (TA-GVHD). In this study, we assessed the current status of irradiated blood components and...
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Analysis of the Reasons for Donor Deferral after Introduction of the Electronic Donor Health Questionnaire Program

Lee MJ, Lee JS, Lee JH, Kim HS, Kim CY, Kim J, Huh K, Oh DJ

BACKGROUND: Electronic Donor Health Questionnaire (e-DHQ) could prevent omissions in filling in the questionnaire. Compared with the paper Donor Health Questionnaire (p-DHQ), it can expect honest answers from donors to...
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Consideration of Discontinuance of Malaria Antibody Test for Blood Donor Screening

Kang JW, Youn KW, Huh K, Lim CS, Chun BC, Yeom JS, Oh DJ

BACKGROUND: Since 2001, the Korean Red Cross has performed malaria antibody test for blood donors in malaria-risk areas to prevent transfusion-transmitted malaria. However, due to insufficient sensitivity and specificity the...
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Unrelated Hematopoietic Stem Cell Donor Recruitment of the Korean Red Cross: 20 Years Experience

Kwon SY, Lee MJ, Lee JH, Cho NS

BACKGROUND: The National unrelated hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) donor program started in 1994. The Korean Red Cross (KRC) has participated in this program from the start as a recruiting organization....
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Application of a Grey Zone for HCV and HIV Immunoassays for Blood Donor Screening: Is It still Necessary?

Cho YJ, Kwon SY, Yang JH, Kim J, Kim BH, Shin S

BACKGROUND: When enzyme immunoassays (EIA) were implemented, considering the limited sensitivity of 1st generation EIAs, the Korean Red Cross (KRC) applied grey zones for detection of weak reactive samples that...
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Residual Risk of Transfusion-Transmitted Infection with Hepatitis C Virus since the Introduction of Nucleic Acid Testing in Korea

Oh D, Choi G, Min H, Kang J

BACKGROUND: In 2005, the Korean Red cross introduced mini-pool nucleic acid testing (NAT) for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV), which upgraded to individual donation (ID) NAT...
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Analysis Survey on Changes in Hospital Blood Donation Center and Satisfaction Level with the Korean Red Cross

Choi GR, Kim HO, Kim S, Jang CH, Choi YS, Kim JN

BACKGROUND: Blood supply circumstances in Korea have changed in recent decades because of blood supplier diversification and restructuring of hospital blood donation centers. The purpose of this study is to...
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Consideration of the Improvement of the Confirmatory Assay for the Anti-HTLV Positive Blood Donation

Youn KW, Kang JW, Kwon SY, Oh DJ

BACKGROUND: In the Korean Red Cross, anti-HTLV (Human T-cell lymphotropic virus)-1/2 screening assay has been performed in all donated blood except plasmapheresis since April 2009. For anti-HTLV-1/2 positive donors, both...
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Korean Red Cross HLA-Matched Platelet Donor Registry

Kwon SY, Lee SA, Lim AH, Cho NS, Jung CH, Yang JH, Park KU

BACKGROUND: Transfusion of HLA-matched platelets is required when development of platelet refractoriness occurs after repeated platelet transfusion. This study was conducted to establish a HLA-matched platelet donor registry to supply...
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Women Nurses' Independence Movement during the Japanese Occupation: A Historical Research Study

Jin LH, Kim M

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to elucidate the role of Korean women nurses in the independence movement and to examine their activities during the Japanese occupation from 1910...
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