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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 1:47 pm    Post subject: Blood Processing Reply with quote

The collected blood is generally separated into components by one of three methods- centrifugation, buffy coat or sedimentation.Centrifugation can be used in hard spin which separates whole blood into plasma and red cells or for soft spin which separates into plasma.Buffy coat used to make platelets and red blood cells.The third method is sedimentation, in this method red cells and plasma are separated by gravitational force.

Pre-centrifugation Handling- The first step in the lab testing process for blood processing after obtaining the blood sample is the preparation of blood sample with specimen integrity.

Centrifugation - The procedure used to produce blood component from whole blood is known as centrifugation.In this process with the help of centrifugal force, the constituents of different masses are separated.

Following are the Blood bank equipments list: Blood Mixer, Refrigerated Centrifuge, Laminar Air Flow Horizontal, Plasma Extractor, Cryo Precipitate Bath etc.
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