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Fenwal Conducts Trials for Automated Plasma Collection System

Fenwal has claimed that in a trial of its Autopheresis-C software, the latest automated plasma and blood collection system, blood donors and plasma-center experts had experienced quick and improvised plasma contribution and collection.

The company has stated that about 90% of blood donors reviewed has mentioned that their wait time for contribution has been considerably reduced. Donors who were highly contended expressed their willingness to donate blood on a regular basis.

This automated system has been deployed globally in several plasma and blood collection centers for collecting human plasma from donating persons. The automation and organized collection methods have been enabled by the Autopheresis-C software, enhancing process flow, saving time and reducing the requirement for operator interference. The required volumes of plasma can be collected by programming the software and its precision is ensured by means of electronic prompts.

The company has declared that it has obtained marketing approval for Autopheresis-C software from the US Food and Drug Administration for a future ability termed as wireless data export. Wireless data export will be launched along with the Fenwal data exchange system in the first half of next year, offering easy access to methods and other data related to the new automated system.

William H. Cork, Chief Technology Officer for Fenwal, has stated that this latest software embraces a broad range of useful features for their customers, and it focuses on enhancing both competency and reliability.


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