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This technology automates the blood donation process and removes potentially harmful white blood cells ("leukocytes") during the platelet collection procedure so that both units of transfusable platelets are safer for the patient.
This anomaly resulted from the fact that a single unit of whole blood can be converted to two or three transfusable component units (packed red cells, plasma, and/or platelets).
High clinical demand for donated platelets has stimulated interest in generating renewable sources of transfusable platelets.
Strong clinical demand for donated platelets, for example, has stimulated interest in generating renewable sources of transfusable platelets.
Similar planning and inventory practices maintain an adequate and unique transfusable blood supply.
The only device on the market to use a combination of riboflavin (vitamin B2), a non-toxic naturally occurring compound, and ultraviolet light, the Mirasol system delivers immediately transfusable blood products, enabling blood centers to release pathogen reduced blood products for timely patient care.
As a discussion later in this article will reveal, the prospect of transfusion-transmitted leishmaniasis from the same returning group led the Department of Defense and the American Association of Blood Banks to announce that military personnel and other individuals returning from the Persian Gulf should be deferred as donors of transfusable blood components until Jan.
The only device on the market to use a combination of riboflavin (vitamin B2), a non-toxic naturally occurring compound, and ultraviolet light, the Mirasol PRT system delivers immediately transfusable blood products, enabling blood centers to release pathogen reduced blood products for timely patient care.
The research, which appears online (pre-published ahead of print) in the journal Blood -the leading publication in the field --by ACTC and its collaborators at the Mayo Clinic and the University of Illinois, shows for the first time that the oxygen-carrying capacity of hESC-derived blood cells is comparable to normal transfusable RBCs, and that the cells respond to biochemical changes in a physiologically effective manner.