SNBTS

AcronymDefinition
SNBTSScottish National Blood Transfusion Service (Scotland)
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"I am delighted to support SNBTS, and would like to encourage people to consider giving up an hour of their time to help save or improve the lives of people in Scotland."
SNBTS will require more than 350 people to give blood every week as supplies can drop by up to 20% during the summer holidays.
Lynne Willdigg, Associate Director of Donor Services at SNBTS, said: "There are eight different blood groups and we aim to maintain a five to seven day supply at all times of each one.
"Crucially, as part of these rule changes, SNBTS have committed to explore ways in which a more personalised risk assessment could be introduced."
"We have made red blood cells that are fit to go in a person's body," project leader Marc Turner, medical director at the SNBTS, has said.
LynneWilldigg, Associate Director of Donor Services at SNBTS, says:"There are eight different blood groups, and we aim to maintain a five to seven day supply at all times of each one.
As part of Blood Donor Week, the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) are urging more people to join the 130,000 already donating.
The SNBTS has launched a pounds 150,000 TV campaign to boost the number of donors.
However, This tender will also allow the scottish national blood transfusion service (snbts) and welsh blood service (wbs) to utilise any framework agreements awarded.
The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) requires 470 people to give blood every day during this month.