SNBTS

AcronymDefinition
SNBTSScottish National Blood Transfusion Service (Scotland)
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Moira Carter, of the SNBTS, welcomed the new rules.
SNBTS spokeswoman Dr Moira Carter said: "Fewer than six per cent of Scots are donors.
A team from SNBTS will now work directly with Interserve Kajima to finalise design, compliance and regulatory issues with a view to achieving contract sign-off by the July of this year, with work expected to begin in the autumn for expected completion by the spring of 2017.
It's also made possible by the close collaboration between the pancreas transplant programme at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, the SNBTS and the Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine.
02 Contract Notice: SNBTS requires to attain supplies of Red Cell Reagents compatible with automated technology and is for the anti body detection and identification only and not equipment or accessory devices.
Edinburgh University Professor Marc Turne - SNBTS director - will be in charge.
The appeal led to an 80 per cent rise in donors at the SNBTS centres in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
And in a March 2004 inspection report - obtained under freedom of information legislation - Barbara Morris, of the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA), stated: "The SNBTS did not appear to have taken previous findings very seriously and showed little improvement from the last visit two years ago.