SATO’s unique PJM RFID is the only RFID technology that complies with ISBT standards and can be used to optimize the blood collection, supply and transfusion supply chain. The application of PJM RFID in blood management will be described in detail below.
With the development of RFID technology, its reliability and cost are sufficient to support the application of supply chain optimization management in more industries. The International Society of Blood Transfusion ISBT*1 (The International Society of Blood Transfusion) began to comprehensively analyze the results of RFID experiments in 2006, drafting and formulating recommended guidelines and corresponding standards for the application of RFID in blood transfusion medicine. The ISBT standard guidelines clarify the purpose of RFID in blood transfusion medicine:
The scope of application covers the entire blood product supply chain from blood bag production to blood donors to patients.
ISBT has fully verified the application of RFID in the field of blood transfusion medicine, and fully considered the consistency and compatibility of the implementation with related industries.
*1: ISBT International Association for Blood Transfusion is a non-profit international academic organization established in 1935 with the goal of promoting research in blood transfusion medicine. The Institute is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with more than 95 countries participating.
SATO’s PJM RFID (Phase Jitter Modulation)
is an HF technology that complies with the ISO18000-3 Mode 2. It is not afraid of liquids and metals, and can be operated and stored at a low temperature of -40°.”
Application of PJM RFID in blood transfusion management:
SATO provides a solution to optimize the supply chain of blood collection, supply and transfusion based on PJM RFID technology, covering blood donation management–blood processing management–detection–blood storage- -Blood distribution—a series of process management for patients’ blood transfusion, which saves a lot of time, cost and wastage on the whole, and ensures the “safety, accuracy, and traceability” management of blood.
Every time in and out of the warehouse, blood products (blood cells, platelets, plasma) are easily exposed to non-permissible temperatures; barcode scanning in the processes of receiving, warehousing, picking and delivery is time-consuming and laborious, and the chance of loss is also Large; real-time positioning and tracking is not possible, and manual inventory of blood is time-consuming and laborious.
The advantages of PJM RFID blood transfusion management solution:
—Solve problems related to donor traceability and exclude unqualified donors.
Many countries in the Asia-Pacific have approved and accepted the test, and the results are quite successful.
PJM RFID is the only RFID technology that complies with ISBT standards and can be used to optimize the blood collection, supply and transfusion supply chain (see pages 23 and 24 of the 2010 edition of VOX Sanguinis)
The following table shows that PJM RFID technology is fully compliant with ISBT standards:
|ISBT RFID standard regulations||PJM RFID technology|
|ISO 18000-3, 13.56 MHz||18000-3 mode 2, 13.56 MHz|
|2K bit memory capacity and locking function||4K bit memory capacity and locking function|
|Withstand centrifuge (up to 5000 grams, 22 minutes) to separate||PJM RFID can pass this process|
|-40°degree working environment||Support storage and operation in -40° environment|
|ISBT-128 format encoding capability||Support|
|Anti-collision||Anti-collision, can read up to 1000 tags per second|
|Gamma ray sterilization up to 50 grayscale||Support|
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