Transfusion-Ready Platelets for Patients
Reduced Risk of Bacterial Contamination and Sepsis
In fact, FDA has made clear through guidance that standard aerobic primary culture alone is insufficient to protect the platelet supply, and have called for new measures to minimize risk of bacterial contamination.1
Effective in reducing the risk of transfusion-transmitted infections (TTI),12 pathogen reduction for platelet components provides a solution to blood centers and hospital clients that ultimately benefits patients who need it most.
Not only does pathogen reduction comply with FDA’s pending guidance on addressing bacterial contamination,1 it reduces risk beyond bacteria with mitigation of TTI due to viruses and parasites, as well as TA-GVHD due to T-Cells.12
*Certain non-enveloped viruses (e.g., HAV, HEV, B19 and poliovirus) and Bacillus cereus spores have demonstrated resistance to the INTERCEPT process.
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