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Videos

We are very pleased to share informative videos covering key areas relevant to transfusion safety and haemovigilance in UK. We are very grateful for the funding received from Health Education England to support this development. We hope that you find these useful and share them widely. Please contact us at SHOT@nhsbt.nhs.uk with any further suggestions or queries. All Annual SHOT Reports can be accessed at https://www.shotuk.org/shot-reports/

 

Transfusion-Transmitted Infections Webinar 2020

This topic specific webinar, which was live on Wednesday 14th October 2020, covered transfusion-transmitted infections included in the 2019 Annual SHOT Report. The webinar included a 40 minute presentation delivered by Dr Su Brailsford (NHSBT/PHE Epidemiology Unit Lead) and Dr Heli Harvala Simmonds (NHSBT/PHE Epidemiology Unit) which was then followed by short a Q&A session.

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Transfusion-Transmitted Infections Webinar – Vimeo

Laboratory and IT Webinar 2020

This topic specific webinar, which was live on Friday 11th September 2020, covered laboratory and information technology errors included in the 2019 Annual SHOT Report. The webinar included a 40 minute presentation delivered by Dr Shruthi Narayan (SHOT Medical Director) and Dr Megan Rowley (Clinical lead for SNBTS Transfusion Team and an author of SHOT IT chapters) which was then followed by short a Q&A session.

Alternative video format:
Laboratory and IT Webinar – Vimeo

 

SHOT Webinar 2020

The 2019 Annual SHOT Report was published on Tuesday 7th July 2020, and launched by way of a webinar rather than the usual face to face Symposium.

The webinar comprises a 40 minute presentation by Dr Shruthi Narayan, SHOT Medical Director, which covers the highlights from the Annual Report, followed by a Q&A session.

Live illustrations were carried out by an artist, Jenny Leonard.

Alternative video format:
SHOT Webinar – Vimeo

 

Paediatric SHOT

Paediatric haemovigilance reports differ in many respects from those in adults.  This video sets out the special features and key messages from the last 10 years of paediatric SHOT reporting and has been put together by the SHOT paediatric experts.  It aims to inform and engage all those involved with transfusion to neonates and older children.

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Paediatric SHOT – Vimeo

Transfusion Laboratory Errors

Safe transfusion practices require both clinical and laboratory teams to work collaboratively and in a coordinated manner. This video has been drafted by the working expert group dealing with laboratory errors and focuses on key messages from laboratory errors reported to SHOT with important learning points and recommendations.

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Transfusion Laboratory Errors – Vimeo

 

Pulmonary Complications of Transfusion

Pulmonary complications (TRALI, TACO and TAD) post transfusion continue to contribute significantly to death and major morbidity after transfusion. At least some of these are potentially preventable and early recognition with prompt treatment is vital. This video provides an overview of the pulmonary complications as reported to SHOT and covers key learning points.

Alternative video format:
Pulmonary Complications of Transfusion – Vimeo

 

Pre-transfusion blood sampling

The Patient Blood Management team and SHOT have produced a ‘Pre-transfusion blood sampling’ animated video to further support safe practice in hospitals.

The pre-administration blood component transfusion bedside check

This video outlines critical key steps for completing pre-administration bedside checks of blood components.

The video can be played in full or paused at particular points to support training and knowledge of this final step.  The video supports the British Society of Haematology (BSH, 2017) guideline for the administration of blood components, the National Blood Transfusion Committee (NBTC, 2016) National Standards for the Clinical Transfusion Process and the Central Alerting System (CAS) Alert Safe Transfusion Practice – use a bedside checklist, (Department for Health, 2017).

The video was produced through collaboration between the UK haemovigilance scheme, Serious Hazards of Transfusion (SHOT) and the NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) Patient Blood Management (PBM) Team with funding from Health Education England.