During blood salvage and following reinfusion wound or drainage blood is collected and directly given back to the patient without washing. By this homologous red blood cell transfusion can be minimized. Hazards of homologous transfusions can be prevented effectively by applying our HAEM-o-TRANS system with a 10 µm blood filter. Therefore the use of such a filter is an inalienable necessity. Normally no anticoagulant is required because the blood is defibrinated through contact with the incised tissue and cannot coagulate
HAEM-o-TRANS Unit 79.8400.100
HAEM-o-TRANS Unit, HAEM-o-TRANS-Set with quadruple connector (400200), HAEM-o-TRANS Transfusion system (400230), HAEM-o-TRANS Drainage bag 700ml (400270)
HAEM-o-TRANS Set w. Y conn. 79.8400.203
HAEM-o-TRANS Set w. Y conn., Y-drain connector, Suction bellows with anti-reflux barrier, HAEM-o-TRANS Blood collection bag 700 ml (400223)
HAEM-o-TRANS Bl. col. bag700ml 79.8400.220
HAEM-o-TRANS Blood collection bag 700ml, 175µm Pre-filter, Return stop, Double sterile packing
HAEM-o-TRANS Trans.system 10um 79.8400.230
HAEM-o-TRANS Transfusion set, With integrated cascading filter 175µm, 40µm, 10µm, single sterile packing
HAEM-o-TRANS Drainage bag700ml 79.8400.270
HAEM-o-TRANS Drainage bag 700ml, Return stop, single sterile packing
Why does the blood in the HAEM-o-TRANS collection bag not coagulate?
Anticoagulation of the drainage blood collected, for example using heparin, is generally not necessary as the blood is defibrinated by activation in the indicated tissue and can therefore no longer coagulate. However, if a large amount of blood escapes from the wound in a short time, this can cause coagulation in the blood collection reservoir. In order to avoid this, work should initially be carried out without suction during operations in which there is a significant degree of blood loss, or the first quantities of blood may not be collected in the blood collection reservoir.