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Additionally, using Haemonetics' technology, blood centers can collect, from a single donor, enough platelets for two transfusable doses of platelets for a patient.
However, once this technology is perfected, we believe pluripotent stem cells both embryonic and iPS cells will play an important role in developing a renewable, donorless source of transfusable platelets.
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.
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1 Blood Processing Supplies and Equipment Market II-1 Current and Future Analysis II-1 Developed Nations - Traditional Revenue Contributors II-2 Developing Nations to Lead the Charge in Future II-2 Issues Hamper Growth II-2 Impact of Recession on Blood Processing Supplies and Equipment Market II-3 Blood Collection Market - A Quick Primer II-3 Blood Supply and Demand Worldwide - A Fact Sheet II-4 Blood Squeeze Gets Tighter II-5 Transfusable Products: Core Component of Blood Products & Services Industry II-5 Source Plasma Market: An Insight II-5 Overview of UCB Collection Devices Market II-6
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1 Blood Collection Market - A Quick Primer II-1 Blood Squeeze Gets Tighter II-1 Transfusable Products: Core Component of Blood Products & Services Industry II-2 Blood Processing Supplies and Equipment Market II-2 Impact of Recession on Blood Processing Supplies and Equipment Market II-3 Novel Recruitment Strategies Emerge During Recession II-3 Current and Future Analysis II-4 Developed Nations - Traditional Revenue Contributors II-4 Developing Nations to Lead the Charge in Future II-4 Source Plasma Market: An Insight II-4 Table 1: Global Plasma Market (2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales by Product Type - IVIG, Albumin, Factor VIII, Hyperinmmune and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-5
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.
They are useful in a variety of clinical settings, such as providing transfusable blood and platelets for emergency medical situations.
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.
In 2010 alone, Goodyear collected 1,367 pints of blood that provided 4,000 life-saving transfusable products to thousands of patients in local hospitals.
Of the approximately 54 million red cell units transfused in the industrialized world in 2003, only about 45 percent represented universally transfusable group O, while 55 percent was available to be converted.