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Major companies are also focused on conducting clinical trials to assess the efficacy of blood systems. For instance, in June 2018, Cerus Corporation presented its European Phase 3 study that evaluated the efficacy and safety of INTERCEPT-treated red blood cells (RBCs) in thalassemia major patients, at the 23rd Congress of European Hematology Association (EHA) in Stockholm, Sweden.
Cerus currently markets and sells the Intercept Blood System for both platelets and plasma in the United States, Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Middle East and selected countries in other regions around the world.
According to the company, the INTERCEPT Blood System employs pathogen reduction, a proactive approach to reducing transfusion-transmitted infectious risk, including infection, through the deactivation of bacteria, viruses, parasites and white blood cells in platelet components.
(1)" RAND undertook a comprehensive review of the status quo of the blood system, performed an analysis of research questions provided by HHS, and presented policy alternatives to help improve the sustainability of the blood supply.
The national blood system should be governed by national blood policy and legislative framework to promote uniform implementation of standards and consistency in the quality and safety of blood and blood products.
The findings show that the blood system is two-tiered and changes between early human development and adulthood.
has received FDA approval for its facility in Riverview, MI for the manufacture of Amotosalen, the API in Cerus Corp.'s INTERCEPT Blood System. The INTERCEPT Blood System recently received FDA approval for ex vivo preparation of pathogen-reduced plasma and platelet components in order to reduce the risk of transfusion-transmitted infection (TTI).
"Stem cell and bone marrow transplants are still very much a black box--cells are introduced into a patient and later on we can measure recovery of their blood system, but what happens in between can't be seen," says Owen Tamplin, PhD, the paper's co-first author.
The Ebola virus, which triggers hemorrhagic fever, attacks the blood system, making its victims bleed both internally and externally.
Ebola is a virus that attacks the blood system. It is what scientists call a haemorrhagic fever and patients can suffer internal or external bleeding.
The advancements improve VistaGen's ability to develop new stem cell-based bioassay systems and potentially improved cell therapies for human blood system disorders.
They focused on hematopoietic, or blood, stem cells because of their ability to completely reconstitute the blood system, the capability that underlies successful bone marrow transplantation.
So far 7DAYS readers have donated Dhs57,000 to the family of Filipina Lea Joven, eight, who needs money for an operation to clean her blood system.
The circumstances that gave rise to the HIV contamination tragedy resulted in the federal government's establishment of the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Blood System in Canada, led by Justice Horace Krever.
Among the food items they said should be avoided to lower harmful cholesterol levels in the blood system include high fat meat, full cream milk, and full eggs daily.