JPAC Joint United Kingdom (UK) Blood Transfusion and Tissue Transplantation Services Professional Advisory Committee

Figures

Figure 1.1 Standing Advisory Committees of the Joint UKBTS/HPA Professional Advisory Committee

Figure 3.1 Volume of blood processed per cycle vs donor haematocrit.

Figure 6.1 Algorithm for the selection of quality monitoring methods

Figure 8.1 Generic flowchart of apheresis equipment acceptance

Figure 9.1 Serology screening: blood donations

Figure 9.2 Serology screening and stem cell donations

Figure 9.3 Molecular screening: blood donations

Figure 9.4 Molecular screening for tissue and cell donors

Figure 9.5 Action chart – blood donor reinstatement following confirmation of screen
reactivity as non-specific

Figure 9.6 Action chart – tissue and cell donor reinstatement following confirmation that screen
reactivity is not indicative of current or past infection

Figure 9.7 Platelet components testing algorithm

Figure 9.8 Red blood cell algorithm

Figure 16.1 Algorithm for laboratory investigation of platelet refractoriness

Figure 16.2 Algorithm for laboratory investigation and reporting of TRALI case

Figure 21.1 An example of increasing inactivation of bacteria related to increasing the dose of
the sterilant

Figure 23.1 Layout of labels on the manufacturer’s base label

Figure 23.2 Two concatenation processes

Figure 23.3 ISBT 128 donation number sets (with and without Blood Establishment text)

Figure 23.4 Labels showing the use of flag characters

Figure 23.5 ABO/Rh blood group label layouts showing ‘Do not use after’ with and without time

Figure 23.6 Label for unit with use limitations

Figure 23.7 Example of a component label layout

Figure 24.1 Label positioning: option 1 (example; see cautionary note in text)

Figure 24.2 Label positioning: option 2 (example; not to scale)

Figure 24.3 Base label design: square format

Figure 24.4 Base label design: horizontal format (not to scale)

Figure 24.5 Donation identification number label set

Figure 24.6 Donation number label dimensions

Figure 24.7 Donation number showing process control/flags characters

Figure 24.8 Form boxes designed to enable accurate recording

Figure 24.9 Tissue product label template

Figure 24.10 Product label (example)

Figure 24.11 Tissue release status label

Figure 24.12 Status label (example)

Figure 24.13 Expiry date label (example)

Figure 26.1 Base label layout: dimensions in millimetres for 400 mL to 600 mL pack

Figure 26.2 Symbols used on blood packs and on critical consumables (ISO 3826-2, ISO 15223-1 and EN 980)