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Emergency software SoftBank®

emergency software
emergency software
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Application domain
emergency, laboratory
management, security
Deployment mode


In today's fast-paced, expensive, and highly-regulated transfusion services environment, it is increasingly important to provide safe, accurate blood products from a centralized inventory that is current and highly responsive to specialized daily needs as well as emergencies. SoftBank offers a wide range of exceptional features that are designed to streamline many of the routine, manual, time-consuming tasks associated with Transfusion and Blood Center processes and procedures. This dynamic transfusion service management system combines previous high performance functionality with exciting new features to provide a comprehensive, cost-effective centralized testing solution. Transactions and reports are produced in seconds without affecting the system's processing power, even in a complex, multisite operation with numerous PC terminals. The database management system offers fast, direct linking between records and transactions. This dramatically increases levels of security and integrity when performing and documenting activities and events. As a major asset to the laboratory, SoftBank provides critical safety functions throughout the system, enabling you to focus on what is important; providing safe blood products to your patients. The SoftBank features include: ISBT ready Electronic crossmatch with embedded critical safety features Multisite capabilities Secured access Emergency issue User-defined online worksheets Unit recall management and documentation Comprehensive inventory management Daily trace and audit trail Management reports Compatible with oracle database .NET technology
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