Published in Blood Weekly, November 6th, 1995
Red cell blood collection has historically been done manually by first collecting whole blood from civic-minded donors, then separating the blood into its component parts, including red cells, away from that donor. Haemonetics' product allows the collection and separation to happen automatically and at the same time, while the donor is connected to the Haemonetics...
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