Defining, Assessing, and Documenting Cord Blood Warming Events
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
November 28 at 3:00 pm ET
Anytime that the temperature is above -150° C should be considered a potential warming event. Because unit volumes are small and are frozen in bags with large surface areas, their thermal kinetics are greatly affected by their environment. Join Phillip Johnson MMedSc(Path), BAppSc(MedSc), Production Manager at Queensland Cord Blood Bank at the Mater, for a presentation regarding methods used to define, assess, and document cord blood warming events.
Registration Fees:These fees are available through 11/28/2018
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