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Donor Software Requirements Specifications

SRS# D13

D14

D15

D16

D17

D18

D19

D20

D21

D22

D23

D24

D25

D26

Functionality Donor - General

Donor - General

Donor - General

Donor - General

Donor-Old Records

Donor-Old Records

Donor-Old Records

Donor-Registration, Screening and Collection

Donor-Registration, Screening and Collection

Donor-Registration, Screening and Collection

Donor-Registration, Screening and Collection

Donor-Registration, Screening and Collection

Donor-Registration, Screening and Collection

Donor-Registration, Screening and Collection

Description

Locks donor record during data entry to prevent access by another terminal/user for specified options. Tracks the person performing various steps in the process (i.e., person entering data into the computer). Accommodates the use of a bar code reader for entry of the unit ID. Tracks changes in verified data for specific data elements defined in the BLOOD DONOR file (#65.5). See Section IX for listing by data element. Accommodates entry of historical donor information if deemed appropriate and identifies the specific donation dates for which data was entered via that option. During data entry of each unit ID, checks the unit IDs already in existence in the BLOOD INVENTORY file (#65) to identify potential duplicates/inappropriate entries. Once the donor record has been created, prevents access to donor through the ‘Old records’ option. During the registration of each blood donor, checks existing entries in the BLOOD DONOR file (#65.5) for duplicate donors, based on comparison of the name and/or a combination of the first letter of the last name, sex, and date of birth. Prevents assignment of “duplicate” unit IDs based on a search of existing entries in the BLOOD DONOR file (#65.5). Calculates age of donor based on his/her date of birth, then checks age of donor to see if outside limits and uses algorithm to display warning message if donor is <17 or >65 years of age. If the DONATION TYPE = HOMOLOGOUS, checks the previous donation date to determine if at least 8 weeks has elapsed between the last donation date and the current donation date being entered. Requires additional security access and different option to enter data if collection has already been completed and tracks entry of data for inclusion on audit trail. Allows editing of donor history questions at the discretion of the facility in order to meet changes in regulatory and accrediting agency requirements. (Requires higher security level). Allows editing of the donor consent at the discretion of the facility in order to meet changes in regulatory and accrediting agency requirements. (Requires higher security level). Provides a report of permanently deferred donors for use at remote sites where the computer system is not accessible and preprinted donor history forms may not be available for all potential donors.

Appendix H-8

Laboratory V. 5.2 Blood Bank User Manual

August 1998

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