Cryosupernatant

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CRYOSUPERNATANT  (Cryo-Poor Plasma) – Storage for 5 years at –20° C or below

Cryosupernatant is the product that remains when Fresh Frozen Plasma is processed to make cryoprecipitate.  It contains plasma proteins and all of the other clotting factors (including II, VII, IX, and X).  It can be used for all of the same indications as FFP except for Hemophilia A and von Willebrand’s disease.  It is particularly useful for coagulopathies such as warfarin poisoning and Hemophilia B (Factor IX deficiency).

Key Benefits

bulletTyped for DEA 1.1 Negative or DEA 1.1 Positive -  type unspecific when cell contamination is less than 2% bulletTreats sepsis bulletBeneficial for warfarin (rat) poisoning

 

Whole Unit -  components produced from 450 ml of whole blood

Half Unit - components produced from 250 ml of whole blood

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Description Size Type
Cryosupernatant 1 unit DEA 1.1 Negative
Cryosupernatant  1 unit DEA 1.1 Positive

 
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