This subtab’s reports show which blood products are being used most and how often and how that usage is trending over time. It also shows how blood utilization compares among different specialties and different hospital locations
|Average Transfusions by Order Day of Week|
|Product Type Trend|
|Product Volume by Location|
The crossmatch-transfusion ratio is a key metric in evaluating effective patient blood management. Yellow and red highlight when the C/T ratio exceeds accepted benchmarks, and links to view provider details or to create cases provide a quick way to act on this information.
|C/T Ratio Trend|
|Physician C/T Ratio|
This subtab provides more detail about which blood products were wasted and why they weren’t used. Waste is broken down into products that expired and products that were discarded for other reasons.
|Product Waste Reasons Trend|
|Product Waste Breakdown: Discard|
|Product Waste Breakdown: Outdated|
When a patient’s hemoglobin, INR, or platelet count is at a certain level, transfusing blood product is generally not necessary. This subtab shows how often these unnecessary transfusions are occurring.
|RBC Exceptions Over Time|
|Plasma Exceptions Over Time|
|Platelet Exceptions Over Time|