Czech Society of Hematology

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Czech Society of Hematology

The Czechoslovak Society of Haematology was established on 30 April 1951. The Czechoslovak Society of Haematology became a nationwide association of two separate companies - Czech Haematology Society (CHS) and Slovak haematology and transfusion Society (SHTS). May 30, 1990 the name was changed to CHS Czech Society for Haematology and Blood Transfusion.1993: with the demise of the Czechoslovak Federal Republic there were two separate and completely independent international relations Society of Haematology: Czech Society for Haematology and Blood Transfusion CMA JEP and Slovak haematology and transfusion Society (SHTS). January 1, 1994 was divided into the Czech Society for Hematology and Blood Transfusion on the Czech Society of Haematology and the newly formed Society for Blood Transfusion Practice Society. 2 November 2004 was the Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis. 2005 was the Czech Society for Thrombosis and Haemostasis CLS JEP: was established at the General Meeting .  2005 and good company become the Bureau CzMA 23. 2005th Activities Society of Haematology developed further in the sections and committees:1959 was established transfusion committee later section 1961 was established by laboratory commission later section 1995 was the section of Pediatric Haematology Besides these main sections, several other groups, committees and sections, depending on how the developing field of clinical haematology. 1907: Jan Jansky (1873-1921), described as the world's second fourth blood group bearing the same characters A and B. Landsteiner in 1901 described the three blood groups A, B, and in 1902 described the four blood groups Decastello and Sturlis. 1909: Kristian Hynek (1879-1960) defined an index known in Czech as well as foreign literature called. Hynková number consisting of the sum of the nuclear sections 100 neutrophils divided by 100. The normal value is about 3. The reduction below this value indicates a shift to the left, above this value shift to the right. Hynková number means simplification Arnethova partitioning scheme for the same purpose neutrophils into 5 classes.

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