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Contraindications

  • No known contraindications for the system's use, except for those associated with all automated apheresis systems
  • The infusion of certain solutions and replacement fluids may be contraindicated in some patients

Possible patient reactions

  • Anxiety, headache, light-headedness, digital and/or facial paresthesia, fever, chills, hematoma, hyperventilation, nausea and vomiting, syncope (fainting), urticaria, hypotension and allergic reactions

Reactions to transfused blood products can include1

  • Fever, circulatory overload, shock, allergic reactions, alloimmunization, graft-versus-host disease and transmission of infection

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  • Operators must be familiar with the system's operating instructions
  • Procedures must be performed by qualified medical personnel
  • A supervisory practitioner may supervise from a physician office or other nonhospital space that is not officially part of the hospital campus as long as he or she remains immediately available2

1AABB (ed.), et al., Circular of Information for the Use of Human Blood and Blood Components. 2006, tenth edition, Council of Europe Publishing, Seattle, WA.

2American Society for Apheresis. Guidelines for therapeutic apheresis clinical privileges. J Clin Apher. 2007;22(3):181-182.



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International Content. Approved labeling, indications and instructions may vary by country. Reference the Instructions for Use labeling for a complete listing of indications, warnings and precautions.

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