Patient Blood Management

Master of Science (Patient Blood Management)

Patient Blood Management

The global need for blood transfusions is increasing due to the growing numbers of surgical procedures with enlarged bleeding risk and accompanying therapies in tumor diseases. Patient Blood Management is a concept strongly recommended by the World Health Organization to be implemented by all Member States in order to avoid unnecessary blood transfusions by utilizig the patient's own reserves. PBM is an interdisciplinary cross-sectoral, mulit-modal and, in particular, patient-oriented bundle concept aimed at the appropriate reduction of transfusion rates in large surgeries and oncological diseases and aimed to the reduction of transfusion-associated complications and costs both in short-term and long-term perspectives.

Target Group

The university course “Patient Blood Management”, Master of Science, targets people with a certificate in higher education, at the very least a bachelor’s degree in a medical field and particularly medical practitioners in the surgical disciplines, anesthesiology and intensive care medicine, internal medicine, lab medicine, transfusion medicine.

Course Options
Master of Science (Patient Blood Management)
Admission requirements
Study or an equivalent qualification according to regulations
Learning format
Duration
5 Semester, part time
ETCS-Points
90
Course fee
EUR 9.900,--
Language
English
Curriculum
Study location
Danube University Krems
Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30
3500 Krems
Austria

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