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NFC Temperature Sensor Logger Tag For Blood Management

Solution updated on: 2020/10/9 15:22:07 - by - - RFIDtagworld XMINNOV RFID Tag Manufacturer / SolutionID:1271

  • NFC Temperature Sensor Logger Tag For Blood Management
NFC Temperature Sensor Logger Tag For Blood Management

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KEY FEATURE

  • Each Blood Is Uniquely Identified

    Attach a corresponding RFID tag to each bag of qualified blood to track the blood, including the location and status of the blood when it is stored in the warehouse, including its transfer in and out of other blood banks, or its use by the hospital, all of which are always tracked Unique RFID tag.

  • Reduce The Chance of Blood Contamination

    The system uses RFID non-contact radio frequency identification technology, which eliminates manual contact and reduces blood contamination. Effectively ensure the safety of blood.

  • Realize Scientific Blood Information Management

    When blood is put into the warehouse, the validity period of the blood is set. When the blood is not used for a long time, if the validity period is reached, the system will automatically alarm to remind that the validity period has arrived. Then the staff can quickly find the location of the blood and process it. The time can be set freely set up.

  • Multi-Label Recognition To Improve Work Efficiency

    After attaching an RFID tag to each bag of blood, the cooperation of the RFID reader and antenna can be used to identify multiple tags, eliminating the need for manual computer input or manual recording. After identification, the data can be transmitted to the system management center in real time. , centralized management, reducing errors and predictably improving work efficiency.

  • Real-Time Tracking Management

    RFID technology can effectively solve the problem of blood storage and transportation, real-time monitoring of quality, and manage the entire process from blood collection to patient use. After collection, an RFID tag is attached, which contains all blood information. From then on, blood tracking begins, whether the blood is in the warehouse, transferred to the warehouse, or used by the final patient, the entire process can be tracked.


IMPLEMENTATION & VALUE POINT

  • Radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions in healthcare are improving patient care, reducing errors, and providing efficient inventory management. RFID solutions in healthcare involve tagging patient files, wristbands, supplies, and equipment with tags that can be quickly scanned.

  • A quick scan of a tag can retrieve important (and in some cases life-saving) information about a patient, their medications and treatment, or help locate supplies needed for a treatment. The use of RFID solutions for blood monitoring will further advance healthcare and improve patient safety significantly.

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  • Uses a software application to manage patient data and blood test results in combination with RFID blood tag test tubes to identify and track each blood sample.

    1. Before taking the blood sample, the laboratory staff enters the patient data into the software platform. 

    2. A digital patient record is created from this data, followed by the blood draw. The blood is filled into a test tube on which an RFID blood tag is applied. 

    3. After blood collection, laboratory staff place the filled test tubes on an RFID desktop reader. This captures the RFID blood tags and links the blood samples to the respective patient file and patient data. 

    4. During each analysis step to generate the blood count, the RFID blood tag is read to accurately identify the test tubes and the blood samples they contain.