You can only gain access to certain items and special pricing if you have logged in. Login Now.

Defining, Assessing, and Documenting Cord Blood Warming Events

Format:
Electronic (digital download/no shipping)

Accredited Organization, Guest, NonMember - $100.00
Accredited Organization, Guest, NonMember - $500.00
Inspector, Inspector Trainee - $0.00

Description:

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. In this webinar, Phillip Johnson MMedSc(Path), BAppSc(MedSc), Production Manager at Queensland Cord Blood Bank at the Mater, discusses methods used to define, assess, and document cord blood warming events.

Product Details:

Product ID: 442
Publication Year: 2018
Page length: 42 minutes
Ask FACT

FAQ

As a Matter of FACT

FACT inspectors have free access to all FACT training and educational opportunities.