Apheresis

The process of apheresis has become essential in providing blood components for therapy. Therapeutic apheresis is a technique that separates whole blood to isolate specific components and remove abnormal substances that can contribute to a patient’s disease. The technique can also be used to collect certain components of the blood, such as stem cells, red blood cells, platelets, and plasma from donors that are matched to a patient with a specific need. A volunteer donor will undergo apheresis, a process that usually takes a few hours, to collect specific components for subsequent treatments.

Examples include:

Plateletpheresis
Plasmapheresis

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