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Apheresis unit
Apheresis unit


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About[]

The Apheresis unit (Greek: "to take away") is a apparatus that separates out one particular constituent and returns the remainder to the circulation in which the blood of a donor or patient is passed through. It is thus an extracorporeal (occurring or situated outside the body) therapy. A qualified apheresis nurse performs the procedure. The nurse remains nearby during the procedure and will answer any questions or concerns. Its used mainly for oncology patients.

Manufacturers[]

Cobe

Models[]

Spectra

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Blood_Assurance_Apheresis_Video

Blood Assurance Apheresis Video

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