The Transfusion Evidence Library is a database of systematic reviews (since 1980) and randomised controlled trials (since 2002) relevant to transfusion medicine. It is fully searchable, updated monthly and aims to be a key resource for medical practitioners, policy makers and researchers both in the UK and around the world. The Library is produced by the Systematic Review Initiative, supported by the UK Blood Services.

Areas covered

  • Blood donors and donation practice
  • Fractionated blood products
  • Management of anaemia
  • Red cells, platelets, FFP, granulocytes, cryoprecipitate
  • Transfusion adverse events
  • Transfusion alternatives
  • Use of blood components

Using the library

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