Disposable Blood Transfusion Sets
Medical Disposable blood transfusion sets are devices used to transfuse blood from one person to another.
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The global medical disposable blood transfusion sets market is highly fragmented with the presence of numerous small and big players. The leading companies in this market include B. Braun Melsungen AG, Fresenius Kabi AG, Terumo Corporation, and Nipro Medical Corporation. These companies collectively held a share of more than 60% in the global market in 2015.
Medical disposable blood transfusion sets are devices used to transfuse blood from one person to another. There are many different types of transfusion sets available on the market, each designed for a specific purpose. The most common type of transfusion set is the intravenous (IV) set, which is used to transfuse blood into the veins of a patient. Other types of transfusion sets include the arterial (A) set, which is used to transfuse blood into the arteries of a patient, and the intraosseous (IO) set, which is used to transfuse blood directly into the bone marrow of a patient. Transfusion sets are typically made from plastic or rubber, and are sterile when new. They come in various sizes and shapes, depending on the type of set and the manufacturer. Most transfusion sets have a needle or catheter attached to a tubing system that connects to an infusion bag or bottle. The needle or catheter is inserted into the vein or artery of the patient, and the infusion bag or bottle is filled with blood. The blood is then gravity-fed through the tubing system and into the vein or artery of the patient. There are many different types of medical conditions that can benefit from receiving a blood transfusion. Some of these conditions include: anemia, cancer, sickle cell disease, thalassemia, and trauma patients who have lost a large amount of blood. Blood transfusions can also be used to treat patients who have a low blood count or who are suffering from an infection.
There are two main types of disposable blood transfusion sets: those with an integral filter and those without a filter. The former are used when there is a risk of transfusion-related acute lung injury (TRALI), while the latter are used when there is no such risk. Integral-filter sets have a filter located between the blood bag and the administration set, which helps to remove any potentially harmful antibodies that may be present in the donor blood. These sets are therefore considered to be safer than non-filter sets, but they are also more expensive. Non-filter sets do not have an integral filter, and so they rely on the filters that are present in the blood bags themselves. These sets are less expensive than integral-filter sets, but they are also less safe.