Interquest's Blood Trac in software deal with Mayo:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Interquest's (Canada) wholly-owned subsidiary, Blood Trac Systems, has announced a joint R&D partnership with the Minnesota-based Mayo Clinic to create computer software for blood transfusions. The package will enable users to manage and track blood received from blood banks, as well as managing transfusion procedures and patient information. Blood Trac will market the system worldwide and the Mayo Clinic will serve as the primary reference site, providing technical consultation.
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