Patient Blood Management’s Role in Current Healthcare Environment (Ongoing)

Posted On 2022-03-18 17:40:39

This series on “Patient Blood Management’s Role in Current Healthcare Environment” is edited by Dr. Richard R. Gammon from OneBlood, USA

Richard R. Gammon, MD
OneBlood, USA

Dr. Gammon holds Board Certifications in Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine as well as Clinical Pathology. He is a Medical Director for OneBlood and Transfusion Medicine Specialists. Dr. Gammon is an Assistant Professor of Pathology for the University Of Central Florida College as well as an Assistant Professor Collaborative Faculty with Department of Pathology and Cell Biology, University of South Florida. He is chair of the AABB’s Blood Banks and Transfusion Service Standards Program Unit and chair of the Transfusion Safety/Patient Blood Management Subsection. Dr. Gammon is co-chair of the Technical Scientific Committee and a member of the Education Committee of the South Central Association of Blood Banks.

Series outline

  1. Introduction to the special series
    Richard R. Gammon/ USA
  2. History of patient blood management
    Richard R. Gammon/ USA
  3. The importance of patient blood management 
    Colleen Gilstad/ USA
  4. Development and certification of a patient blood management program
    Mark Friedman/ USA
  5. Economics of patient blood management
    Shaughn Nalezinski/ USA
  6. Perioperative anemia management
    Saikat Mandal/ India

The special series “Patient Blood Management’s Role in Current Healthcare Environment” was commissioned by the editorial office, Annals of Blood without any funding or sponsorship. Richard R. Gammon is serving as the unpaid Guest Editor for the special series.