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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoAspectos motivacionales de donantes voluntarios de sangre en un móvil de recolección de la ciudad de Bogotá, Colombia(2012) Cruz Bermúdez, Harold Fabián; Moreno Collazos, Jorge Enrique; Angarita Fonseca, Adriana; Calderón Serrano, Claudia Yaneth; Restrepo Sierra, Mónica PatriciaThe demand for blood donation makes it a constant activity, whereby knowing the motivational aspects for its implementation becomes a determinant in the formulation of strategies for the increase of donors and to strengthen the donation programs. The aim of this study was to establish the main motivations for voluntary donation in the population that attended a gathering point of Bogotá (Colombia). A descriptive transversal study was designed with a sample of 500 adults (28.8 ± 10.4 years), 58% female. A survey was done for data collection. The variables used were age, sex, socioeconomic status, residence for the last five years and main motive for blood donating. A descriptive and a bivariate analysis applying the chi2 test were ejecuted. The software used was Stata 11.0. The main motives for donation were the promotion (18% CI 95% 14.7-21.7) and to save lives (14.4% CI 95% 11.4-17.8). People coming from socioeconomic levels I and II donated mainly motivated by the promotion (33.0%) and those from the socioeconomic levels III, IV and V donated mainly to save lives (38.4%). The interviewed population gave clear information about the aspects that motivated voluntarily and willingly blood donation, as to promote more donations and save lives, among others.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoControl de calidad de la leucorredución de plaquetas obtenidas por aféresis por medio de Cámara de Nageotte y Cell-Din Ruby(2014-07) Cruz Bermúdez, Harold Fabián; Moreno Collazos, Jorge Enrique; Castrillón Villada, Liliana; Patiño, Angélica; Forero Rincón, Sandra; Angarita Fonseca, AdrianaObjective: compare using two different methodologies residual white blood cell count in order to provide safer blood components. The blood components obtained from apheresis offer greater safety to patients at the time of blood transfusion; verifying leukoreduction differentiator Material and Methods: A descriptive study was perfor-med cross-sectional in Colombia Hematológica Foundation. Bogotá. Simple random sampling was performed from the list entered in a blood drive for the purpose of ve-rification of residual white blood cell count by Nageotte chamber and Cell Dyn Ruby © © units. For the analysis of the data measures of central tendency and dispersion for quantitative variables were applied (95%) and Spearman correlation analysis for satisfactory procedures (t-test); Data analysis was performed on SPSS Version IBM © program 19. Results: The study population consisted of 124 samples of platelets obtained by apheresis. In relation to cell count for the two methodologies presented an average of 0,057 vs 0,003 cells counted; the maximum value for the two methods was 0.34 to 0.44. Conclusions: The samples analyzed presented residual white blood cell counts below 5.0 x 106 estimated to set the drive as leukoreduced with this finding value puts safety of transfused platelets obtained by apheresis aspects reactions to evidence transfusion rWBC additionally could be used safely leaving platelets into consideration the use of filters to leucorredución.