Global Advisory Panel on Corporate Governance and Risk Management of Blood Services in Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Scientific Publications

On a monthly basis, the Belgian Red Cross Centre for Evidence-Based Practice (CEBaP) pro-actively searches for the most recent systematic reviews in Pubmed that are relevant to blood banking: 

Last updated: 25/10/2021

  • Taheri Soodejani M, Haghdoost AA, Okhovati M, Zolala F, Baneshi MR, Sedaghat A, Tabatabaei SM. Incidence of adverse reaction in blood donation: A systematic review. Am J Blood Res. 2020;10(5):145-150. No doi number available.

  • Malkin M, Nevo A, Brundage SI, Schreiber M. Effectiveness and safety of whole blood compared to balanced blood components in resuscitation of hemorrhaging trauma patients - A systematic review. Injury. 2021;52(2):182-188.


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