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The National Blood Authority (NBA) has funded and managed the development of a series of evidence-based Patient Blood Management (PBM) Guidelines, comprising six modules. The PBM Guidelines reflect a systematic review of the scientific literature and clinical expert consensus.

You can access the National Blood and Blood product guidelines here

pbm-mod-1-cover Module 1 is intended to assist and guide health-care professionals in making clinical decisions when managing patients with critical bleeding who require or are likely to require massive transfusion.

 

 

 

 

pbm-mod-2-coverModule 2 is intended to inform health-care practitioners, health educators, health service managers and policy makers about the pre, intra and postoperative care of patients undergoing surgery or invasive procedures, particularly those in which blood loss is anticipated.

 

 

 


pbm-mod-3-cover Module 3 is intended to assist and guide clinical decisions and coordination of health-care across the primary, secondary and tertiary care setting for patients with acute or chronic medical conditions requiring haematological intervention.

 

 

 


pbm-mod-4-cover Module 4 is intended to assist and guide health-care professionals in making clinical decisions when managing patients requiring critical care.

 

 

 



13911_NBA_Module-5-Obstetrics-CoverModule 5 is intended to assist and guide health-care professionals in making clinical decisions when managing pregnant and postpartum women

 

 

 



PBM-Module-6-coverModule 6 is intended to assist and guide health-care professionals in making clinical decisions about blood management in neonatal and paediatric patients.

 

 

 

 


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