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Midwives' experience of offering anti-D immunoglobulin to women: The importance of choice

Journal Article
Harkness, M., Freer, Y., & Warner, P. (2016)
Midwives' experience of offering anti-D immunoglobulin to women: The importance of choice. British Journal of Midwifery, 24(7), 500-505. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjom.2016.24.7.500
Background Informed decision making around anti-D immunoglobulin (Ig) is important but complex, requiring consideration of individual factors to reach the most appropriate cho...

Routine antenatal anti-D Ig prophylaxis: educational support for midwives.

Presentation / Conference
Harkness, M. (2015, November)
Routine antenatal anti-D Ig prophylaxis: educational support for midwives. Poster presented at Royal College of Midwives Annual Conference 2015, West Midlands

Evaluation of the Compassionate Connections Learning Resource: final report.

Report
Smith, S., & Harkness, M. (2015)
Evaluation of the Compassionate Connections Learning Resource: final report
No abstract available.

Evaluation of the Compassionate Connections Learning Resource: final report

Report
Smith, S. & Harkness, M. (2014)
Evaluation of the Compassionate Connections Learning Resource: final report. Edinburgh: NHS Education for Scotland
No abstract available.

Policy and practice concerning women with an RhD negative blood type : a midwifery perspective

Thesis
Harkness, M. Policy and practice concerning women with an RhD negative blood type : a midwifery perspective. (Thesis)
University of Edinburgh. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/9274
In May 2002 the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) made the recommendation that all pregnant women with an RhD negative blood type should be offered routine ant...

Pregnant women with red cell antibodies: Scottish National Clinical Guidance.

Report
Harkness, M. (2013)
Pregnant women with red cell antibodies: Scottish National Clinical Guidance. Scotland: Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service

Multicentre cohort study of red blood cell use for revision hip arthroplasty and factors associated with greater risk of allogeneic blood transfusion

Journal Article
Walsh, T. S., Palmer, J., Watson, D., Biggin, K., Seretny, M., Davidson, H., …Hay, A. (2012)
Multicentre cohort study of red blood cell use for revision hip arthroplasty and factors associated with greater risk of allogeneic blood transfusion. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 108, 63-71. https://doi.org/10.1093/bja/aer326
Background Revision hip arthroplasty (RHA) is associated with high rates of allogeneic blood transfusion (ABT). We aimed to determine factors associated with ABT in patients u...

A collaborative approach to provision of blood for pregnant women with red cell antibodies.

Presentation / Conference
Harkness, M., & Bailie, K. (2012, June)
A collaborative approach to provision of blood for pregnant women with red cell antibodies. Poster presented at NHS Scotland Event 2012, SECC Glasgow

Pregnant women with red cell antibodies: Handheld Record of Care 2012.

Report
Harkness, M. (2012)
Pregnant women with red cell antibodies: Handheld Record of Care 2012. NHS Scotland: Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service
Pregnant women with red cell antibodies: Handheld Record of Care 2012. Documentation. Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service, Edinburgh.

ROTEM thromboelastometry identifies blood product requirements during major obstetric haemorrhage.

Conference Proceeding
Bolton, S., Harkness, M. & Thomson, S. (2011)
ROTEM thromboelastometry identifies blood product requirements during major obstetric haemorrhage
Introduction: major obstetric haemorrhage (MOH) is a significant cause of maternal morbidity and mortality. Despite a lack of published evidence, thromboelastometry has been r...

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