Multi-component automated collection – novel tendency in blood donating


Authors: R. Procházková
Authors‘ workplace: Transfuzní oddělení, Krajská nemocnice Liberec, přednosta prim. MUDr. Renata Procházková
Published in: Vnitř Lék 2005; 51(3): 320-326
Category: Reviews

Overview

Multi-component blood collection represents a new tendency in transfusiology. Modern blood separators allows concomitant collection of erythrocytes, thrombocytes or plasma in various combinations from one blood donor in one session, with a result of high quality standardised transfusion preparations in the final form. The method represents the alternative to full blood donating, brings advantages for patients and transfusion sites. An application of more transfusion preparations from one donor decreases risks of haemotherapy in poly-transfusion patients, the method brings flexibility and rational utilisation of donor base for transfusion sites. Currently the method represents a matter of interest of leading world-known transfusion professionals, questions regarding inclusion criteria for blood donors, the influence of this type of blood collection on blood donors and the quality of products obtained are intensively studied. The author gives review of current state of the topic.

Key words:
multi-component blood collection – apheresis – inclusion criteria for blood donor – transfusion – quality of transfusion preparations – effectivity of the method


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