Managing allogeneic blood transfusions is challenging, costly and complex

Most common procedure performed during hospitalizations

Nearly

INCREASED DEMAND

Shrinking donor pools

COMPLEX MANAGEMENT

Managing blood supply to optimize usage and minimize waste is daunting

transfused per year1

BILLIONS IN COST TO HOSPITALS

ALLOGENEIC TRANSFUSION RISKS

Allogeneic Transfusion related
mortality and morbidity

HEMAsavR will reduce allogeneic blood transfusions and improve patient care.

More focus.  More Opportunities

HEMAsavR™ enables economical viable blood collection (sterile and anti-coagulated) for evaluation for cell salvage processing and return to the patient.

 

Optimize
Blood Salvage

 

Immediate savings vs. reservoirs where Blood Salvage is currently used. Hospitals that perform the following procedures would benefit the most from Blood Salvage programs: Cardiac, Vascular, Orthopedic, Organ Transplant, Trauma, OB/GYN, Thoracic, General, Neurosurgery and Urology.3

 

AABB
Guideline

 

1. Anticipated blood loss of 20% or more of the patient’s estimated blood

2. Procedures where more than 10% of patients undergoing the procedure typically require RBC transfusion

Expand
Collection

 

Unanticipated Bleeding in Non-Cardiac Procedures

• Utilize HEMAsavR™ to respond quickly to unanticipated blood loss

• Cases where remaining 10% bleed

• Post surgical collection

• Don’t wait to collect viable shed blood

 

Seamless integration with current protocols

HEMAsavR™ is universally compatible with surgical suction and ATS systems. The result is fast set up, ease of use, and an effective solution for increased blood recovery for potential processing and return to patient.

 

COLLECT

PROCESS

REINFUSE

Reference: 1. Waters JH, Dyga RM, Waters, J FR, Yazer MH.  The volume of returned red blood cells in a large blood salvage program:  where does it all go? Transfusion. 2011; Vol 51: 2126-2132.

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Optimize Blood Salvage

Immediate savings vs. reservoirs where Blood Salvage is currently used. Hospitals that perform the following procedures would benefit the most from Blood Salvage programs: Cardiac, Vascular, Orthopedic, Organ Transplant, Trauma, OB/GYN, Thoracic, General, Neurosurgery and Urology.3

 

AABB Guideline

1. Anticipated blood loss of 20% or more of the patient’s estimated blood

2. Procedures where more than 10% of patients undergoing the procedure typically require RBC transfusion

Expand Collection

Unanticipated Bleeding in Non-Cardiac Procedures

• Utilize HEMAsavR™ to respond quickly to unanticipated blood loss

• Cases where remaining 10% bleed

• Post surgical collection

• Don’t wait to collect viable shed blood

 

More focus. 
More Opportunities

HEMAsavR™ enables economical viable blood collection (sterile and anti-coagulated) for evaluation for cell salvage processing and return to the patient.