microaggregate filter

microaggregate filter

A second-generation blood filter with a pore size of 20–40 µm that removes 75–90% of white cells, which is used to transfuse packed red cells.
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microaggregate filter

Micropore filter Transfusion medicine A 2nd-generation blood filter with a pore size of 20-40 µm which removes 75-90% of WBCs, used to transfuse packed RBCs. See Blood filter, Irradiation, Leukocyte reduction.
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