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Burnat P.,Federation de Biologie Medicale | Payen C.,Ecole Centrale Paris | Merens A.,Federation de Biologie Medicale | Ceppa F.,Federation de Biologie Medicale | Renard C.,Laboratoire Of Biologie Medicale
Annales de Biologie Clinique | Year: 2013

In France, the cooperations between biological laboratories of the healthcare establishments increased after those realized in the private laboratories. The biologists are confronted with various hypotheses of organization. They are often complex because they may preserve the quality of the care and their continuity while realizing financial economies. These economies are mostly based on the global reduction in the staff and in the equipments by mutualising the biological tests with varying degrees. We describe the various elements to be taken into account (staff, activities, budget, quality, transport, materials) and propose many scenarios of cooperations, from a unique central shape to the transfer of very specialized tests, with their advantages and their inconveniences. The management of human aspects in these cooperations is determining to facilitate their success as well as a reliable preliminary inventory of fixtures. Source

Pouget T.,Sanguine | Garcia-Hejl C.,Federation de Biologie Medicale | Bouzard S.,Sanguine | Roche C.,Sanguine | And 2 more authors.
Transfusion Clinique et Biologique | Year: 2014

The French Military Blood Institute is responsible for the entire blood supply chain in the French Armed Forces. Considering, the high exposition rate of military to malaria risk, blood donation screening of plasmodium infection must be as efficient as possible. The main aim of our study was to assess our malaria testing strategy based on a single Elisa test compared with a two-step strategy implying immunofluorescence testing as confirmation test. The second goal was to describe characteristic of malaria Elisa positive donors. We conducted a prospective study: every malaria Elisa positive test was implemented by immunofluorescence testing and demographical data were recorded as usual by our medical software. We showed a significant risk of malaria ELISA positive tests among donor born in endemic area and we estimate the number of abusively 3-year rejected donors. However, based on our estimations, the two-step strategy is not relevant since the number of additionally collected blood products will be low. © 2014 Elsevier Masson SAS. Source

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