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Vol. 16, Art. 72 (pp. 779-790)    |    2015       
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Influence of pathogen reduction on quality and parameters of biological value parameters of donor’s blood components
Chechetkin A.V., Kasjanov A.D., Soldatenkov V.E., Makeev A.B.

Federal state budgetary establishment «Russian science research institute of hematology and transfusiology Federal medico-biologic agency»



Brief summary

In article materials about influence of methods of pathogen reduction on quality and biological properties of components of blood are resulted. It is shown, that processing of fresh frozen plasma and platelets by the methods based on photochemical reactions and a light irradiation, is accompanied by changes of haemostatic potential and a degree of clinical efficiency which expressiveness depends on features of action pathogen reduction technologies. Changes of biological value of pathogen reduction components of blood is expedient for taking into account at realization transfusion therapies at patients of a various diseases.


Key words

pathogen reduction, blood components, fresh frozen plasma, platelet concentrate, clinical efficiency.





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