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RFID pilot project aims to improve blood banks

Madison, Wis. - To find out whether radio frequency identification can improve the speed and accuracy of the blood banking process, the RFID Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is partnering with three blood banks and multiple vendor partners on what is be......

Full article >>> ture range at all times, or they can't be transfused. Some blood products such as Fresh Frozen Plasma need to be manufactured within eight hours of starting the blood donation process.

The fundamental question is whether an automated RFID process can convey blood to hospitals faster and more safely than existing manual to bar code<......

Full article >>> to station, and finding the radio frequency that is most appropriate to the application.

He said the project has been divided into to four phases, including a prototype phase involving area technology vendors that is underway while the three blood centers define processes. That will be followed by a pilot in which a product will be delivered on a limited basis to hospitals and tested bef......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 12/19/06


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