Separation There is a variety of blood products, pharmacological agents, and procedures that can be utilised to treat anemia, thrombocytopenia, and bleeding disorders.
At our separation centre, information about donated whole blood is scanned into a computer database. Most whole blood donations are spun in centrifuges to separate them into transfusable components: red cells, platelets, and plasma. Plasma may be processed into components such as cryoprecipitate, which helps control the risk of bleeding by helping blood to clot. Red cells and platelets are leuko-reduced, which means the white cells are removed in order to reduce the possibility of the recipient having a reaction to the transfusion. Each component is packaged as a “unit,” a standardised amount that doctors will use when transfusing a patient.
Lmb’s Blood separation devices can complete any task in modern blood banking. They are customisable, adaptable, versatile and affordable. Our products are the answer to any question in the blood separation process.