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RFID Hospital monitoring and tracking of pediatric blood products

日期: 2019-05-08 浏览次数:16


High frequency (HF)RFID system for monitoring pediatric blood storage.Children need less blood than adults, so for patients like newborns, the blood usually comes in smaller packages.

To determine how the technology can help to improve the visibility and management of blood products for pediatric patients.Unlike adults, children receive a much smaller dose.Therefore, to avoid wasting blood, pediatric blood packages are usually much smaller than adult blood packages.

The objectives of the project include identifying appropriate stocks, optimizing hospital delivery and data collection to align blood demand with blood supply.

RFID tags can be attached to a new pediatric blood bag if it is distributed at a blood center or in several containers at a hospital.Each new tag ID number can then be linked to the original product package.Using rfid technology, children's hospitals can view blood components in the blood transfusion service inventory.

First, the blood center staff at the distribution point receives orders for blood products and prepares them.Prior to shipment, staff will attach 13.56 MHz HF RFID tags compatible with ISO 15693 standard to blood products.The unique ID number of the RFID tag will be bound to each product code, type, expiration time and donation ID in the system.If the products need pediatric dimensions, they will be split in the distribution center.

In the hospital, an RFID kiosk with a touch-screen PC, Feig card reader and a barcode scanner was installed.The transfusion service personnel can update the hospital reception status by clicking "receive" on the touch screen of the kiosk, and then place the bag on the RFID card reader to bind the product and status information.

When a doctor requests a blood product from a hospital storage area, a transfusion service technician takes the product from the repository and brings it back to the kiosk.At the touch screen, the technician selects "assign" and places the blood bag on the RFID reader to update the blood status and upload it to the software on the cloud server.

If the doctor does not use blood products, the package will be returned to the transfusion service.Technicians place unused blood products on the card reader and click "restore" to put the items back in stock.

The system is designed to augment the existing hospital transfusion service information system and work with the current barcode identification and labelling processes.

The system does not connect or store patient information, which ensures patient privacy.

The technology could help blood centers and hospitals better understand their stocks and prevent overstocking and expiration."" the data will help us better manage our inventory, thereby saving costs and ensuring fresh blood products," "she said.


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