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As their name suggests, blood bag labels are applied to bags that contain blood specimens. Consequently, it is exceptionally important for the labels to identify every conceivable form of data that could impact the integrity of the blood found in the bag, including: blood type, the date on which the blood was collected, from whom it was collected, and the expiration date. Therefore, blood banks, hospitals and other medical care facilities, need blood bag labels that feature these critical forms of information.

At Crystal Code, we have over ten years of experience in developing blood bag labels and other critical labeling resources that help hospitals, blood banks, physicians, and pharmacies make fewer errors. Therefore, our products support positive health outcomes for patients and, in turn, help to reduce unnecessary medical costs that can drive up insurance premiums, and lead to longer waiting periods to see physicians and receive treatment.

Blood Bag Labels – Delivering the Right Blood in the Field

Hospitals have had blood warmers for decades, but most of the blood warmers found in healthcare facilities are stationary equipment that is used in the hospital setting. So, what can be done about patients who need blood transfusions in the field, such as after they are injured in battle or experienced a bad car accident that traps them in the vehicle, even as they continue to experience blood loss? In these situations, deploying portable blood warmers is the answer.

Portable blood warmers heat blood to the body’s natural temperature (roughly 98 degrees) before dispensing a blood transfusion. Warming blood before it is infused helps prevent blood infusion induced hypothermia — a condition that complicates the treatment of injury patients when they arrive in hospital — and helps to prevent post-surgery related infections by ensuring that the body’s natural defense system is not compromised due to low body temperature.

Well-designed blood warmers, many of which are manufactured to be disposable after a single use, supply healthcare providers with essential information for treating patients, such as the temperature of the blood, the rate at which the blood is dispensed, and how much blood is dispensed. However, the blood warming unit and the container of blood to which it connects are two different components. This is why it is important to thoroughly label blood bags before use.

Az alacsony hőmérsékletű címkézésű kriogén címkék lehetővé teszik a műanyag és üvegedények megbízható azonosítását, amelyek folyékony nitrogénben vagy mélyhűtésben tárolódnak. Asztali lézer, hagyományos tinta- és hőátadó nyomtatható filmek, ideálisak klinikai laboratóriumokban, biomedicinális kutatásokban és más tudományos környezetben történő használatra.

Olyan kohéziós kötéssel, amely elég magas ahhoz, hogy ellenálljon a termikus sokknak, a címkéket közvetlenül -196 ° C-os folyékony nitrogénbe meríthetik anélkül, hogy az elváltozás veszélye lenne. Az alacsony hőmérsékletű címke hőátadással vagy lézerrel változtathatóan nyomtatható, így nem lehet jelölő tollat használni az azonosításhoz, és így jelentősen csökkenthető az emberi hiba kockázata, ami olvashatatlan jelölést vagy hibás címkézést okoz. A felhasználók is kinyomtathatják a kisméretű injekciós üvegekhez és kémcsövekhez szükséges finom részleteket és vonalkódokat, biztosítva ezzel, hogy minden információ megmaradjon.

For tracking and labeling blood bags, Crystal Code recommends a durable polypropylene labeling material resistant to moisture. These features are ideal for blood bag labels. You’ll also want to use a thermal transfer label to ensure high quality and durability – This way you can be sure to produce a sharp, smear proof and long lasting barcoded label that can withstand storage in a refrigerator or freezer unit.

Crystal Code offers vial and test tube label options, ranging from high quality paper to synthetics and durable polyesters. Our labels track samples in the areas of chemistry, hematology, virology, genetics, DNA sequencing, forensics and drug discovery, for purposes ranging from diagnostic testing to disease prevention testing, and more