Getting patient blood management Pillar 1 right in the Asia-Pacific: a call for action

TitreGetting patient blood management Pillar 1 right in the Asia-Pacific: a call for action
Type de publicationArticle de revue
AuteurAbdullah, Hairil Rizal, Ang, Ai Leen, Froessler, Bernd, Hofmann, Axel, Jang, Jun Ho, Kim, Young Woo, Lasocki, Sigismond , Lee, Jeong Jae, Lee, Shir Ying, Lim, Kar Koong Caro, Singh, Gurpal, Spahn, Donat R, Um, Tae Hyun
OrganismeAsia - Pacific PBM Expert Consensus Meeting Working Group
EditeurAndre Publications
TypeArticle scientifique dans une revue à comité de lecture
Année2019
LangueAnglais
Date02 Mai 2019
Titre de la revueSingapore Medical Journal
ISSN0037-5675
Mots-clésanaemia, Asia Pacific, Iron deficiency, patient blood management, Pillar 1
Résumé en anglais

Preoperative anaemia is common in the Asia-Pacific. Iron-deficiency anaemia (IDA) is a risk factor that can be addressed under patient blood management (PBM) Pillar 1, leading to reduced morbidity and mortality. We examined PBM implementation under four different healthcare systems, identified challenges and proposed several measures. (a) Test for anaemia once patients are scheduled for surgery. (b) Inform patients about risks of preoperative anaemia and benefits of treatment. (c) Treat IDA and replenish iron stores before surgery, using intravenous iron when oral treatment is ineffective, not tolerated or rapid iron replenishment is needed; transfusion should not be the default management. (d) Harness support from multiple medical disciplines and relevant bodies to promote PBM implementation. (e) Demonstrate better outcomes and cost savings from reduced mortality and morbidity. Although PBM implementation may seem complex and daunting, it is feasible to start small. Implementing PBM Pillar 1, particularly in preoperative patients, is a sensible first step regardless of the healthcare setting.

URL de la noticehttp://okina.univ-angers.fr/publications/ua19838
DOI10.11622/smedj.2019037
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Titre abrégéSingapore Med J
Identifiant (ID) PubMed31044255