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  An Introduction to ISBT 128

What is ISBT 128 and what is ICCBBA?  An overview of the ISBT 128 labeling standard and what it can do for to improve patient safety at your facility.

Date:                  3rd edition, 2006
Published by:   American Red Cross and ICCBBA

www.iccbba.com  www.redcross.org  isbt128@usa.redcross.org

  The ISBT 128 Customer Connection

American Red Cross ISBT 128 progress

Date:                     Summer 2012
Published by:      American Red Cross and ICCBBA

www.iccbba.com  www.redcross.org  isbt128@usa.redcross.org

  What is CBER?  The Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) regulates the collection of blood and blood components used for transfusion or for the manufacture of pharmaceuticals derived from blood and blood components

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  CBER - Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, FDA

Putting Patient Safety First with ISBT 128 Compliance 

Application White Paper: Eliminating errors with new technology. Sample images and descriptions of ISBT Label layouts, and FDA guidelines.

Date:  October 20, 2006   Published by:  Digi-Trax
Digi-Trax & Zebra ISBT 128 Brochure

Simplify ISBT-128 Compliance with Digi-Trax Labeling Solutions.

Date:  2006   Published by:  Digi-Trax and Zebra Technologies
ISBT 128 Bar Code Requirements

Bar code requirements for ISBT 128 Implementation

Date: January 20, 2006

Published by:
CBER/ FDA CBER - Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, FDA
DINselect™ white paper 

Our innovative, easy to use label design software – -SA™-- you’ll create DIN labels on demand in the format and quantity you need. Eliminate expensive pre-printed label inventory and save more than 50% of your current label cost!
Date: October 2016   Published by: Digi-Trax
ISBT128 DIN Labeling  HemaTrax App Whitepaper 


Donation ID Number Set Printing with HemaTrax ISBT 128 Print Server
Date: November 2005
Published by: Digi-Trax, by Mr. Larry Cullen

The Digi-Trax Proposal to Reduce Medical Errors 


A detailed look at how machine readable bar codes and ISBT 128 can greatly reduce errors, improve patient safety and lower operating costs at your facility.

Date: 2006   Published by: Digi-Trax, by Mr. Richard Kriozere

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