Donor Software Requirements Specifications
Prevents entry of same antigen as ‘present’ and ‘absent’.
Prevents release of “duplicate” unit IDs to inventory based on a search of existing entries in the BLOOD INVENTORY file (#65).
Checks current ABO/Rh results for the specific donor unit and prevents release of units to inventory if no current ABO/Rh results exist.
Based on the entry in the LABORATORY SITE file (#69.9) for the DONOR OPTION FIRST DEFAULT field (#.02) (i.e., yes or no) determines whether ABO/RH recheck data entered prior to release of the unit to inventory is transferred to the BLOOD INVENTORY file (#65) when the unit is released.
Checks current ABO/Rh results for the specific donor unit against the donor’s historical record and if ABO/RH recheck data is to be transferred to the BLOOD INVENTORY file (#65) when the unit is released, prevents release if a discrepancy exists.
Checks current ABO/Rh results for the specific donor unit against the donor's historical record, if ABO/RH recheck data is NOT to be transferred to the BLOOD INVENTORY file (#65) when the unit is released, allows release of unit after displaying warning message, requiring a higher level of security access to release the unit and generating a bulletin if unit is subsequently released with ABO/Rh discrepancy.
Provides detailed reports of donor’s historical ABO/RH, permanent deferral (if appropriate), test results and component information for review prior to labeling and/or for hard copy documentation.
Prevents release of homologous, directed donor and therapeutic phlebotomy units with positive disease marker testing results.
Displays required transfusion transmitted testing for review based on site defined criteria in the LABORATORY SITE file (#69.9) for recent changes in TTD markers required, (i.e., ALT and HIV Antigen) FIFTH DEFAULT and SIXTH DEFAULT for BLOOD DONOR, respectively.
Evaluates test result interpretations and automatically changes the status of allogeneic, directed donor, and therapeutic phlebotomy units to quarantine if an attempt is made to label/release a unit for which the results indicate that the unit is not suitable for release to inventory, (i.e. positive or reactive).
Functionality Donor Phenotyping
Utilizes a standardized coding system (i.e., SNOMED) for identifying both RBC and HLA antigens and antibodies.
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