Asian Journal of Transfusion Science
Asian Journal of Transfusion Science (AJTS)Print ISSN: 0973-6247,
E-ISSN: 1998-3565) is publication of Indian Society of Blood Transfusion
and Immunohemtology (ISBTI), Indian Society of Transfusion Medicine
(ISTM). It is the extension of ‘Transfusion Bulletin’ of ISBTI which
was published in the year 1980 and it disseminated the knowledge of
transfusion science to all members of ISBTI for 26 years. The bulletin
was circulated Semiannual on regular basis among more than two thousand
members of ISBTI, all medical college libraries and all blood banks (about
2200 in number) in India.
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Indian Society of Blood Transfusion and Immunohemtology
ISBTI is the only organization in the country working for promotion
of Voluntary Blood Donation and supply safe blood in the country.
Society was established in 1972 at PGI, Chandigarh. The Society has
done admirable job by banning the professional blood donor through
judgment of Honorable Supreme Court in 1996, established National
and State Blood Transfusion Council and assisted the Govt. of India
for Implementing National Blood Policy.
This is a national organization for Blood Banking, Transfusion
Medicine and Donor Recruitment activities in India. Established on
28th December 1973 in Chandigarh, the society has risen to a
national level with about 2000 members on its rolls. The society is
registered under the Society Registration Act as a Voluntary
Indian Society of Transfusion Medicine
The Indian Society of Transfusion Medicine (ISTM) serves as a platform for scientific discussions, deliberations, exchange of ideas, teaching and training with regard to transfusion medicine pertaining to Indian context. The society also coordinates with internationally recognized organizations in this field to improve the scientific environment in the field. The society aims to function as an Indian society for all scientific professionals involved in transfusion medicine and foster scientific investigation, clinical application, education and exchanges of information and ideas, relating to transfusion medicine and allied fields in clinical and laboratory medicine. The society is inclined to develop and publish guidelines and recommendations in the field of transfusion medicine as well.
Scope of the Journal
Asian Journal of Transfusion Science publishes original peer reviewed articles, case reports, illustration and letter to editor on all aspects of transfusion medicine. The scope of the journal covers basic blood banking which includes blood collection, processing, apheresis, blood group serology and other aspects of immunohaematology, transfusion transmitted infections, quality assurance and haemovigilance. The clinical aspects of transfusion, transfusion safety, and transfusion support in different clinical scenarios, stem cells and latest developments in the field of transfusion medicine are also covered. The journal is a special window particularly for the Asian scientists to put forward their scientific materials to the world community. This journal aspires to become a mouthpiece of the scientific community from the developing world.
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