erythrocytapheresis


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erythrocytapheresis

 [ĕ-rith″ro-si″tah-fer´ĕ-sis]
the withdrawal of blood, separation and retention of red blood cells, and retransfusion of the remainder into the donor.

erythrocytapheresis

/eryth·ro·cy·ta·phe·re·sis/ (-si″tah-fĕ-re´sis) the withdrawal of blood, separation and retention of red blood cells, and retransfusion of the remainder into the donor.

erythrocytapheresis

the withdrawal of blood, separation and retention of red blood cells, and retransfusion of the remainder into the donor.
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Two case reports of successful therapeutic erythrocytapheresis as an adjunctive therapy in severe falciparum malaria.
USPRwire, Tue Sep 22 2015] Apheresis Market by Application (Plasmapheresis, Plateletpheresis, Erythrocytapheresis, Leukapheresis, and Photopheresis), Procedure (Therapeutic Apheresis, Donor Apheresis/Apheresis Blood Donation), Technology & by Product - Global Forecast to 2020
On the basis of applications, the apheresis market is segmented into plasmapheresis, plateletpheresis, erythrocytapheresis, leukapheresis, LDL apheresis, and others (photopheresis, lymphapheresis, and extracorporeal immunoadsorption).
The clinical improvement in SCA following the induction of iron deficient erythropoiesis by repeated phlebotomies or by erythrocytapheresis has been reported (Koduri, et al.
Apheresis applications market studied in this report is segmented as plasmapheresis, plateletapheresis, erythrocytapheresis, leukapheresis, and other applications based on the various components collected in apheresis collection and therapeutic apheresis.
This report analyzes the US market for Therapeutic Apheresis in US$ Thousand by the following procedures: Photopheresis, Plasmapheresis, Erythrocytapheresis, Plateletpheresis, Leukapheresis, and Lipidpheresis.
This report analyzes the US market for Therapeutic Apheresis in US$ Thousand by the following procedures: Plasmapheresis, Immunoadsorption, Erythrocytapheresis, Plateletpheresis, Leukapheresis, Photopheresis, and Lipidpheresis.
The specific procedures analyzed are Plasmapheresis, Immunoadsorption, Erythrocytapheresis, Plateletpheresis, Leukapheresis, Photopheresis, and Lipidpheresis.
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers I-2 Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 A Peek into the Above-Mentioned Procedures I-3 Plasmapheresis I-3 Immunoadsorption I-4 Erythrocytapheresis I-4 Plateletpheresis I-4 Leukapheresis I-4 Photopheresis I-4 Lipidpheresis I-4
Product Overview II-16 Therapeutic Apheresis: An Introduction II-16 Overview of Therapeutic Apheresis II-16 Blood Components II-16 Apheresis and Therapeutic Apheresis: The Difference II-17 Therapeutic Apheresis Process II-17 Duration, Frequency, and Efficiency of Therapeutic Apheresis II-17 Segregation of Blood Components II-17 Centrifugation II-17 Filtration II-18 History II-18 Kinds of Therapeutic Apheresis Procedures II-18 Plasmapheresis II-19 Erythrocytapheresis II-19 Plateletpheresis II-19 Leukapheresis II-19 Stem Cell Apheresis II-19 Photopheresis II-19 Lipidpheresis II-20 Cytapheresis II-20 Immunoadsorption II-20 Rheopheresis II-20 Therapeutic Apheresis is Remedial for Various Diseases II-20