Caribbean Regional Standards for Blood Banks and Transfusion Services, 2. ed.
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The Core Standards provide the foundation on which the CRS have been developed. The 21 Core Standards represent universal quality elements and are the Minimum requirements that must be integrated within a Blood Bank's or Transfusion Service’s Quality Management System. The CRS include 21 sections each comprised of a core standard; and where relevant, additional specific or technical requirements and/or CRS reference requirements. The components of each section are arranged in the order stated.
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