apheresis


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Synonyms for apheresis

(linguistics) omission at the beginning of a word as in 'coon' for 'raccoon' or 'till' for 'until'

a procedure in which blood is drawn and separated into its components by dialysis

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Sometimes three to five sessions can even totally reverse a disease, and patients won't need to undertake therapeutic apheresis for life like dialysis," added Dr Al Zoebie.
Apheresis is a special process where all the blood is removed from a patient, separated into its components - including plasma and red blood cells - and re-transfused after removing and replacing the blood component that contributes to a disease.
8226; Membrane filtration was the most dominant technology in the apheresis market, with revenue estimated at over USD 805.
The Loyola LDL Apheresis Program include patients with coronary heart disease who have LDL cholesterol greater than 200 mg/dL, and patients without coronary artery disease who have LDL levels greater than 300 mg/dL.
The applications equipment market is classified on the basis of types of clinical areas in which the apheresis procedure is employed.
Therapeutic apheresis is used to treat a wide range of intractable diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, and hepatic insufficiency.
Apheresis started when the absolute number of circulating white blood cells was >4 x [10.
Global apheresis market growth driven by rising incidences of blood disorders and chronic diseases is expected to reach USD 2.
From our apheresis technicians to lab clinicians at Mississippi Blood Services, we have found the new features of the updated Trima system to greatly improve overall productivity while decreasing risk of operator error and optimizing time spent with donors," said Missie Bray, technical project specialist of Mississippi Blood Services.
Contract notice: Kits for plasmapheresis and hemofiltration, apheresis and selective method of double filtration plasmapheresis, together with the lease of the camera - 2 years.
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1 Apheresis Market: A Prelude II-1 Growth Drivers in a Nutshell II-2 Table 1: World Market for Apheresis Systems (2012): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Leading Players (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-2 Donor Apheresis: The Largest Segment II-2 Therapeutic Apheresis to Witness Strong Growth II-3 Key Market Trends & Drivers II-3 Developing Nations to Lead the Charge in Future II-3 Developed Markets: Traditional Revenue Generators II-3 Rising Cancer Incidence to Drive Volume of Apheresis Procedures II-3 Table 2: Number of New Cancer Cases Worldwide by Affected Site: 2012 (in Thousands) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4
com) " Apheresis Equipment Market (Plasmapheresis, Photopheresis, Apheresis in Neurological, Renal, Hematological Diseases, Centrifugation, Membrane Filtration, Apheresis Machines and Disposable Kits) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012 - 2018," the apheresis equipment market was worth USD 1.
Providing the BRC-F with a full service solution, the Mirasol system will be able to accommodate all platelet products--including whole-blood derived and apheresis platelets--on a single platform.
Contract notice: Supply under the service of cell separators and consumables for production apheresis, therapeutic apheresis and photos.