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This is particularly true if automation not only improves reproducibility but can reduce costs. In general this has been the case. It would be most desirable to ensure that there is automated and exact transmission of data about a given unit or patient so that the possibility of errors in transcription are eliminated. With regard to automation's effect on efficacy, the situation is somewhat different. Automated systems to improve efficacy are desirable but not as critical because ineffective products are often not unsafe.
Automated systems addressing this problem  appeared to be effective, but in practice were so combersome that they were regularly bypassed by users. Instead, commercial non-automated systems designed for this purpose have been widely used in American hospitals . They are quite adequate, but are not a part of the overall hospital patient identification system, and therefore are not completely satisfactory. A similar problem exists when a patient is to be transfused. Here the 27 problem is compounded because not only must there be a ce1titude that the label on the blood bag matches the type of blood inside and that the sample tested did indeed come from the patient in question, but that the patient sample and the blood were matched appropriately.
For example, platelet-rich plasma from two whole blood donations from prior donors of the same blood group could be pooled directly into a two donor pool of platelet-rich plasma. From this pool a single further separation will produce a two-donor sterile platelet pool. This is a more convenient product than the single donor platelet unit which has to be subsequently pooled for transfusion purposes. It will also produce a pooled fresh plasma unit which can be further processed for the production of cryoprecipitate and plasma fractions.
Automation in blood transfusion: Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Symposium on Blood Transfusion, Groningen 1988, organized by the Red Cross Blood Bank Groningen-Drenthe by J. S. Duisterhout (auth.), C. Th. Smit Sibinga, P. C. Das, C. F. Högman (eds.)