cell saver

cell saver

An apparatus that aspirates extravasated blood in an operative field; after appropriate filtration the blood may be returned to the patient. See: blood salvage

CAUTION!

This device cannot be used when the blood returned to the patient may be infected, e.g., in perforated diverticulitis, contaminated with certain medications, or when malignancy is present in the operative field.
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So, if in doubt, take a senior surgeon, a cell saver (if available), and be prepared.
Since this group of patients has a high risk of bleeding, we also recommend using blood salvage devices, such as the cell saver that might reduce transfusion requirements.
A 35-year-old man was scheduled for dural arteriovenous fistula resection for vascular malformation under general anesthesia and a cell saver device was employed.
This strategy keeps costs down in the event of a less-than-expected yield of salvaged blood, while still allowing for easy availability of the Cell Saver during emergency procedures.
A cell saver machine was also used to recover, wash and filter the blood lost during the procedure.
Winifred asked questions such as how they dealt with significant blood loss and was told about the cell saver used today Winifred described some of the Navy nurse training she received during WWII One nurse exclaimed, "We still do that today.
Blood cell saver technique developed in 1992 reduced blood transfusion in AKU, intra and post operatively.
According to Haemonetics, a medical device company that focuses on blood processing systems, the Cell Saver System "delivers moderate hematocrit [the volume percentage of red blood cells in blood] and helps to remove traces of undesirable components, such as free hemoglobin [the hemoglobin outside of the red blood cells].
Using the Haemonetics Cell Saver 5 in combination with the Pall RS LDF (Waters et al 2000) has been shown to remove all detectable amniotic fluid markers (fetal squames and phospholipid lamellar bodies) from blood salvaged at caesarean section.