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Blood Transfusion: Information for Patients, v3 Short Version

Blood Transfusion: Information for Patients, v3 Short Version

Patient Booklet

This one-pager pamphlet was developed for patients and families in order to provide basic information on blood transfusion and to help patients make informed decisions regarding their treatment options. Note: This version is designed for hospital printing and is not available to order in hardcopy from ORBCoN. 

Blood Transfusion: Information for Patients, v3 Short Version, customizable PDF

Blood Transfusion: Information for Patients, v3 Short Version, customizable PDF

Patient Booklet

Same as above, but with the ability to add your site’s logo. Note: This version is designed for hospital printing and is not available to order in hardcopy from ORBCoN. 

Questions to Ask My Doctor

Questions to Ask My Doctor

Patient Booklet

In conjunction with the Short Version, this one-pager is a tool that patients can use prepare for their visits with clinicians. Note: This version is designed for hospital printing and is not available to order in hardcopy from ORBCoN. 

Blood Transfusion: Information for Patients, v3 Long Version

Blood Transfusion: Information for Patients, v3 Long Version

Patient Booklet

This document has been revised to incorporate current standards and references and provide a more detailed explanation of transfusion information for patients and their families. This resource is designed to be reviewed on line or to be printed by the user. Note: this resource is not available to order in hard copy from ORBCoN.

My First Transfusion

My First Transfusion

Patient Booklet

Illustrated children’s book outlining what you need to know about getting blood.

Answers About Rh Immune Globulin

Answers About Rh Immune Globulin

Resources for Midwives

Fact Sheet for IVIG Outpatients

Fact Sheet for IVIG Outpatients

Facts for Patients

A brief fact sheet for outpatients that help them to understand the risks, benefits and possible side effects of receiving Intravenous Immune Globulin. Version 2.0 October 31, 2015.