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Inventory Software Requirements Specifications

SRS# I24

Functionality Inventory-Receipt, Shipment and Discard of Units Inventory-Receipt, Shipment and Discard of Units

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Inventory-Receipt, Shipment and Discard of Units

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Inventory-Receipt, Shipment and Discard of Units

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Inventory-Receipt, Shipment and Discard of Units

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Inventory-Receipt, Shipment and Discard of Units

Description The expiration date field accommodates entry of the time. Accommodates the use of a bar code reader for entry of the expiration date using CODABAR symbology for dates that are in the mo-da-yr format. In an effort to ensure appropriate handling, identifies potentially biohazardous units, by including a notation on the shipping invoice for units which were released from the donor module with incomplete results, (i.e., unit has a ‘YES’ in the Pos/Incomp. Screening Tests field (#8)). Includes information on the shipping invoice to allow recording of information on shipping temperatures based on the wording entered in for in the LAB LETTER file (#65.9) for SHIPPING INVOICE. Restricts selection of blood components to those in the BLOOD PRODUCT file (#66) with suppliers, etc. Accommodates the use of a bar code reader for entry of the blood component (based on the product code) using CODABAR symbology. Evaluates the validity of the expiration date based on the entry in the Maximum Storage Days field (#.135) for that blood component in the BLOOD PRODUCT file (#66). When editing data on a pooled product, limits access to those units for which the component is defined as a pooled product based on the entry in the Pooled Product field (#.27) in the BLOOD PRODUCT file (#66). Requires a higher level of security access. Utilizes an average volume for the component for the unit volume, based on the entry in the Volume field (#1) in the BLOOD PRODUCT file (#66) for that specific blood component. Records the cost of the unit based on the entry in the Cost field (#.02) for the specific SUPPLIER for that specific component in the BLOOD PRODUCT file (#66). For units which are ‘RETURNED TO SUPPLIER’, records the cost of the unit in the Return Credit field (#.14) of the BLOOD INVENTORY file (#65). Accommodates the transfer of a unit to a different DIVISION within a multidivisional facility, providing the numeric portion of the parent institution in the INSTITUTION file (#4) for the new DIVISION matches that of the existing entry in the BLOOD INVENTORY file (#65), Division field (#.16).

August 1998

Laboratory V. 5.2 Blood Bank User Manual

Appendix H-21

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