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History

The Pró-Sangue Blood Banks Foundation was designated Collaborating Center of the World Health Organization and of the Health Pan American Organization in quality control in serological screening of blood donors in 1996, designating revalidated in 2006 and 2010, with validity of 4 years.

The term of reference of the institution as a Collaborating Center covers:

  • 1.Organize courses and workshops at the institution in preparation of panels of serum and implementation of national programs for external

    evaluation of performance on Serology for countries considered relevant by OPAS.

  • 2.Coordinate the OPAS Regional Proficiency Program for the region of Latin America and Caribbean.

  • 3.Collect and disseminate information of prevalence of transmissible diseases by blood transfusion in Brazil and other countries in the region.

  • 4.Develop and evaluate new technologies for diagnosis of transmissible diseases by blood.

  • 5.Epidemiological evaluation of transmissible diseases by blood diseases and that are not routinely tested on serological screening of blood

    donors (e.g. Parvovirus B19, Malaria, Cytomegalovirus, etc.).

  • 6.Collaboration in the development of the Panel of Reference for anti-Trypanosoma cruzi.

  • 7.Hematologists and Hemotherapist training.

Since 2005, in collaboration with the International Consortium for Blood Safety - ICBS and Health Pan American Organization, it is responsible for the coordination of the OPAS Regional Program in external evaluation of performance on Serology of Latin America and the Caribbean. This program is developed specifically for reference centers responsible for national program for external evaluation of performance on Serology of respective countries.

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