With origins in the 1950s, Carter BloodCare is one of Texas' largest blood centers, providing 300,000 units of life-saving blood and blood components to patients in North, Central, and East Texas annually.
by Laurie J. Sutor, MD, MBA, VP of Medical and Technical Services Irradiation of blood is done to prevent graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) in susceptible patients getting transfusion. Current practice in U.S. blood banks tends toRead more
Carter BloodCare’s Cellular Therapy Laboratory has been entrusted to assist with the initial collection, cryopreservation, preparation for patient infusion and administration of stem cell products. This video takes a behind-the-scenes look at the process.
by William Crews, MD Red blood cell genotyping predicts the antigen phenotype of the red cell by analyzing the portion of DNA that codes for red cell proteins/antigens. Carter BloodCare has performed red cell genotypeRead more
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