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    Identifying "no blood" patients

    I was wondering if anyone would be willing to share their "best practice" for identifying "no blood" patients as they enter your facility? We are currently reevaluating our processes.

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    The two bloodless centers here in town both use a bracelet and a sign above the bed.
    There was a sticker on the front of the chart, but they are converting to EMR.
    Joseph T. Malak, MD

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