The HHS National Blood Collection and Utilization Survey, conducted by AABB, offers a comprehensive analysis of collection and utilization of blood, blood products and cellular therapies in the United States. The results of the survey are used to support important blood-related initiatives by the federal government as well as within the transfusion medicine community.
This survey of hospitals, blood centers and cord blood banks is conducted biennially. It solicits general information about the blood collection facility, transfusion service or cord blood bank and, depending on the specific activity of the facility, more specific data regarding blood collection, transfusion, blood management, cellular therapies and product modification, including leukoreduction and irradiation.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
2011 National Blood Collection and Utilization Report (PDF) – Full Color Report
Please cite as: Department of Health and Human Services. The 2011 national blood collection and utilization survey report. Washington, DC: DHHS, 2013.
ISBN 978-1-56395- 843-03
The 2011 NBCUS Report covers the period of collection and utilization from January 1 to December 31, 2011.
Please direct questions about the survey or the report to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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