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Topic II.  Discussion on Extension of the Storage Period for Pooled Platelets

 

1.   Boomgaard, M.N., Joustr-Dukhuis, A.M. Gouwerok, C.W.N., et al. In vitro Evaluation of Platelet Concentrates, Prepared From Pooled Buffy Coats, Stored for 8 Days After Filtration. Transfusion, 1994, Vol. 34:4.

 

2.   Wagner, S.J., Moroff, G., Katz, A.J., Friedman, L. I. Comparison of Bacteria Growth in Single and Pooled Platelet Concentrates After Deliberate Inoculation and Storage. Transfusion, 1995, Vol. 35:4.

 

3.   McDonald, C.P., Roy, A., Lowe, P., et al.  Evaluation of the BACT/Alert Automated Blood Culture System for Detecting Bacteria and Measuring Their Growth Kinetics in Leucodepleted and Non-leucodepleted Platelet Concentrates. Vox Sanquinis, 2002, 81, 154-160.

 

4.    Snyder, E. L., Stack, G., et al. Storage of Pooled Platelet Concentrates. Transfusion, 1989.

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5.    Moroff, G., Holme, S., Dabay, M.H., et al.  Storage of Pools of Six and Eight Platelet Concentrates.  Transfusion,  993, Vol. 33, No. 5.

 

6.    Brecher, Mark E., Means, Norman, et al. Evaluation of An Automated Culture System for Detecting Bacterial Contamination of Platelets:  An Analysis With 15 Contaminating Organisms. 

Transfusion 2002; 41:477-482.

 

7.    Krailadsiri, , Pranee, Seghatchian, Jerard, Williams, Lorna M.  Platelet Storage Lesion of WBC-reduced, Pooled, Buffy Coat-Derived Platelet Concentrates Prepared in Three In-Process Filter/Storage Bag Combinations. Transfusion 2001; 41:243-250.

 

8.    van der Meer, Pieter, Pietersz, Ruby N.I., et al.  WBC-Reduced Platelet Concentrates From Pooled Buffy Coats in Additive Solution:  An Evaluation of In Vitro and In Vivo Measures. Transfusion 2001; 41:917-922.