(1) Item 4. Beginning Inventory: Total number of units (whole blood and RBCs)
on hand. The number on this block must be the same as Item 15 from the last
submitted report. If a unit has been split (as in pedi-packs), it is still counted as a single
(2) Item 5. Total Donations: Units collected by the reporting facility only.
Include incomplete collections. Count the donations by donor category:
(a) Military: AD and Reserve/ NG.
(b) Dependent: Family members.
(c) Civilian: DOD civilians and family members.
(d) Autologous: Units collected from the donor to be transfused back to the
donor if needed.
(e) Therapeutic: Blood collected by request of donor physician to treat a
(f) Other: As defined locally.
(3) Item 6. Total Received from Government Sources: Total number of units
received from other government facilities. Intra-facility transfers are not included (e.g.,
BDC to transfusion service). Do not add the number of deglycerolyzed RBCs in this
(4) Item 7. Total number received from Civilian Sources: Number of WB/RBC
units received from civilian sources. Include the total, non-reimbursable cost of all
WB/RBC units. Item 7d is applicable to facilities that have an agreement with the ARC
for blood products (free of charge) in exchange for drawing donors on that post/region
(used to be called the COMPASS program). For item 7f, record the dollar value for
WB/RBCs received during the report period.
(5) Item 8. Quarterly Total: Number of units received. Add items 4, 5, 6, and 7.
This number must match Item 16.
(6) Item 9. Number of WB/RBC units transfused. Any portion of a unit
transfused counts as a transfusion. A split unit counts as only one transfusion.
(7) Item 10. Total Shipped to government sources: Break out by Service, VA,
ASWBPL or ASBBC.
(8) Item 11. Total number of units sent to civilian facilities. Include total credits