Anaïs Delbosc

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Haemovigilance, an important step in transfusion safety, had been set up by a French law in January 1993. Application of haemovigilance in public hospitals is based on three conditions: reporting of adverse transfusion events, traceability of blood products and prevention of adverse transfusion events. The implementation of haemovigilance follows the rules(More)
A NEW DISCIPLINE: On January 4, 1993, the French parliament voted a law on Blood Transfusion Safety, creating a monitoring and warning system operating through a complex network and aimed at guaranteeing permanent efficacy, safety and efficiency of blood transfusion in France. A new discipline, blood monitoring was born. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES: Basically,(More)
In its Fourth Synthesis Report published in 2007, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) demonstrated that in spite of efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, certain impacts of climate change will be inevitable. Two types of measures are necessary to confront climate change: mitigation measures and adaptation measures. Mitigation measures(More)
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