need a life saving blood transfusion and 38,000 units of blood are needed daily in this country, according to the National Blood Data Resource Center.
What does NBDRC stand for?
NBDRC stands for National Blood Data Resource Center (since 1997; Bethesda, MD)
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The National Blood Data Resource Center reports that 29 million units of blood components are transfused to 4.
5) National Blood Data Resource Center Annual Report.
According to the National Blood Data Resource Center, collections for whole blood donations by U.
The National Blood Data Resource Center has predicted an annual deficit of approximately 250,000 units of blood available for transfusion in the United States.
1) National Blood Data Resource Center Report on Blood Collection and Transfusion in the United States in 1997.
The National Blood Data Resource Center (NBDRC) recently released data showing that blood donations have decreased while blood usage has increased over the past several years.
Additionally in May, the National Blood Data Resource Center ("NBDRC"), predicted that the United States' need for blood would exceed its supply by 249,000 units next year.