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AM21-57: Stop Data Entry Errors Now!

‐ Oct 19, 2021 9:00pm

Expiration Date: Dec 31, 2023

Credits: None available.

Currently manual processes with multiple steps create opportunities for human error. As more information about units of blood components and cell therapies is needed, labels become cluttered and more difficult to read. Manual entry of information such as antigen testing is error prone and inefficient. Extensible Markup Language (XML) data transfer and 2-D labels reduce the need for manual entry. Data transfer using XML offers an opportunity for a safe and efficient long term solution to the problem. This session will review the need for improved data transfer for blood components and cell therapies. It will include a discussion of the current status of XML data transfer and 2-D barcoding as well as describe a process for implementation.

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Learning Objectives:

  • Describe how more information about donor units can be securely transferred from the donor center to the transfusion service.
  • Describe how information transfer using standardized XML messaging and 2-D labels can be implemented.
  • Define the role of XML and 2-D barcoding in preventing data entry errors




  • Paul Ashford, MSc CSci:
    Nothing to Disclose
  • Suzanne Butch, MLS(ASCP)SBB:
    Nothing to Disclose
  • Patricia Dahl:
    Nothing to Disclose

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AM21-57: Stop Data Entry Errors Now! Evaluation