Use of RFID in Blood Banks

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Historically, barcodes have been the prevalent technology for tracking blood bags within the blood bank supply chain. However, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is increasingly being used to track blood from vein-to-vein due to its speed, safety and efficiency. This paper further identifies the benefits of RFID technology in transfusion medicine.

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