Characteristics of prion-filtered red cells suspended in pathogen-inactivated plasma (MB treated or solvent-detergent treated) for neonatal exchange transfusion.

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Neonates undergoing exchange transfusion require <5-day-old red cells suspended in plasma. This study assesses the effect of replacing the saline, adenine, glucose and mannitol (SAGM) of prion reduced (P-Capt) red cells with either methylene blue-treated plasma (MBTFFP) or OctaplasLG to reduce the risk of variant Creutzfelt-Jakob… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1423-0410.2010.01456.x

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