U.S. researchers develop Web-based tool for blood safety monitoring

12/12/2008 | Computerworld

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a Web-based tool for public health workers in Africa, where HIV and AIDS cases are high, to help them monitor the safety of national blood supplies. The ministries of health in 14 African countries are expected to start using the tool in January. The World Health Organization, meanwhile, is considering the use of the system for global reporting on blood safety.

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