:: Volume 17, Issue 1 (Spring 2020) ::
Sci J Iran Blood Transfus Organ 2020, 17(1): 57-66 Back to browse issues page
The consumer right to blood products on the staffing of Iranian law and Imamie jurisprudence
E. Ali Akbari Baboukani, A. Amirhosseini
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Background and Objectives
Since the blood product should be in certain conditions from the time of blood donation to injection to the patient, the necessary care should be taken and certain monitoring of blood should be made. Therefore, medical personnel should be expert in blood transfusion science, which has many importance in Iranian law and Imamie jurisprudence.
Materials and Methods
The present research methodology is descriptive-analytical and based on the library analysis of legal regulations and jurisprudence.
In Imamie jurisprudence, there should be three rules that include: Indulgence (presentation of necessary warnings to medical staff and transfer of education to blood-borne patients), the need for the elimination of probable losses (the need to provide training to reduce the probable potential losses due to the ignorance of the medical staff of the transfer of blood), as well as the requirement to warn al-Jahal (medical staff) that should be trained in curative care about the blood that is in their care.
The basis of consumer include: the need to attract trained people in the blood center, the need to use the trained personnel in the quality assurance section, to establish a general educational program for the whole blood transfusion department, the need for training the Central Transfusion Committee (CTC), the Senior Medical Assistance Commitment to Provide Training, which can be considered as the most basic legal basis for the expertise of medical personnel for transfusion medicine.

Keywords: Blood Transfusion, Blood Safety, Blood Banks
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: MSc in Law and Finance
Published: 2020/03/16

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