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Blood banking law

RA 1517: Blood banking law

June 16 1956

PURPOSES

-safeguarding

-promoting

-preventing

RA 7719: Repealed or repeals 1517

May 5 1994

The national voluntary blood services act

AO 9 s. 1995

Ao 17- As. 1998

Purpose of 7719

To promote voluntary blood donation

To provide safe, adequate, affordable and equitable blood products

To inform the public

To require all blood banks/ centers to operate on a non profit basis

Donors

1. Voluntary blood donors - gave blood without something in return

2. Paid donors – donors who are payed

3. Replacement donors – donates blood in return of another blood Anticoagulants and preservative

Anti-coagulant

• Acid- acid citrate dextrose -21 days

• Citrade phosphate dextrose -2 1days

• CP2D- 35 days

• CPDA1-35 days

• CPDA2- 42 days

• Heparin – 2 days

Hospitals without blood banks takes blood from this :

PBC- Philippine blood center

PNRC- Philippine national red cross

FWB(fresh whole blood)- P1,500

PRBC – P1,100

5 transmisible disease (serological test)

Malaria HBsAg –hepatitis b surface antigen Syphilis –dies when refrigirated Anti HCV – hepatitis c virus Anti HIV – human immune virus

Syphilis

1st stage

2nd stage

Latent stage

Chronic stage

PROMOTION OF VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONATION

Public education – pnrc, pbcc

Pbcc- Philippine blood coordinating council (baka lumabas)

Promotion in schools – ched, deped

Professional education – doh pbcc, pshbt, psp, pma, pamet, pna

Establishment of blood service network

Pshbt- Philippine society of hematology and blood transfusion

PMA – Philippine medical association

PNA – Philippine nursing association

PSP – Philippine society of pathologist

National voluntary blood services program (NVBSP)

In charge : DOH, PNRC, PBCC

Funds: PCSO and PAGCOR, DUTY FREE Philippines

PAGCOR- Philippine amusement and gaming corporation

PCSO – Philippine charity sweepstake office

Donates 25M per year (pcso and pagcor)

Duty free Philippines ( donates 20m per year)

Commercial blood banks

Phased out

Regulation of blood services

Licensed and qualified physician duly authorized by the DOH

LTO

Needs 2 LTO

Importation

Equipments, blood bags, Reagents – TAX FREE

Help of DF (department of finance) – to make blood equipments free

Penalties

Profit based blood bank centers – 1 month to 6 moths, 5,000- 50,000 NO LTO Transfusing blood contaminated with blood transfusion diseases -Revocation of LTO by Health secretary – no money penalty but 10 years imprisonment

Requirements for new license

Minimum number of qualification of personnel

-blood bank / centers

1 trained rmt (1year)

1 laboratory technician

-category a (hospital and non hospital)

Supervised and managed by a competent physician – 6 months bb procedures

Requirements for new license

Category b non- hospital based

-same with category a blood bank /centers

Managed by licensed physician (brl and philipppine board of hematology and blood transfusion)

Pathologist or hematologist

Category b hospital based

Licensed physician with a valid certificate in clinical or anatomical pathology (6 months training)

1. rmt and 1 lab tech

2. Staff development plan

3. Physician facilities, equipments and supplies

4. Biosafety

5. Quality control – all technical staff of blood bank / centers shall satisfactorily passed the minimum proficiency test given by the BRL

6. Recording, reporting and documentation requirements

7. Blood distribution and transport requirements

-blood should be distributed to the hospitals, not to the patients or individuals

8. blood transfusion committee

9. preventive services

10. networking

REQUIREMENTS FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSE

All the technical staff of bb/centers shall have passed the basic proficiency test

The bb/centers...
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