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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fresh_frozen_plasma

Fresh frozen plasma (FFP) is a blood product made from the liquid portion of whole blood. It is used to treat conditions in which there are low blood clotting factors (INR>1.5) or low levels of other blood proteins. It may also be used as the replacement fluid in plasma exchange.

transfusionnews.com/2018/04/11/costs-are-high-for...

The cost of wasted blood products was also examined in the study. The mean costs per unit for administering transfusions to a patient on a regular day-unit ward were $71 for RBCs, $84 for platelets, $55 for fresh-frozen plasma, and $72 for cryoprecipitate.

pathology.ucla.edu/workfiles/Education/Transfusion Medicine/2-4...

“Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP)” must be frozen within 8 hours of collection. Plasma frozen within 24 h of collection is called frozen plasma (FP), or 24-Hour Plasma. Compared to FFP, only FV and VIII are slightly reduced in FP. Therefore, FFP or FP can be used interchangeably. Storage

transfusion.com.au/blood_products/components/plasma

Fresh frozen plasma (FFP) can be derived from either a collection of whole blood or apheresis plasma.. To be suitable for clinical purposes, whole blood plasma must be separated from the whole blood unit preferably within 6 hours and not more than 18 hours after collection.

disastermilitarymedicine.biomedcentral.com/articles/10...

Hemorrhage and coagulopathy are among the leading causes of death in combat and are considered the leading causes of preventable deaths. Plasma, in the form of Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP) is considered a key component in the Damage Control Resuscitation performed within hospitals. Freeze-Dried Plasma (FDP) can be stored at room temperature and therefore is potentially useful in pre-hospital ...

www.zen-bio.com/products/serum/human-blood-products.php

Human Blood Products. ZenBio can provide many different Human blood components to meet your research needs. We have the abilility to collect and process per your specifications or by standard collection methods.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21174480

BACKGROUND: little is known about the economics of acquiring and processing the more than 14 million units of red blood cells used annually in the US. OBJECTIVE: to determine the average price paid by hospitals to suppliers for a unit of red blood cells and to identify cost variations by region and facility type and size.

www.vetbloodbank.com/price-list

Standard Blood Administration Sets – Straight $4 each Hemo-Nate Filters – $4.25 each, $4.15 each per dozen, $4.00 per case of 50 Alvedia Canine DEA 1.1 test kit $25 each or $22 each/per dozen

angioedemanews.com/2018/05/03/hae-medications-majority...

The average yearly cost of care for hereditary angioedema (HAE) patients is $409,925 per person, with the cost of medications making up 97% of that total, Prime Therapeutics found in a new study.. Based on the findings, Prime, a pharmacy benefit management company, is calling for the use of pharmacist case management to optimize medication use and reduce costs.

reference.medscape.com/drug/ffp-octaplas-fresh-frozen...

Medscape - Bleeding management dosing for FFP, Octaplas (fresh frozen plasma), frequency-based adverse effects, comprehensive interactions, contraindications, pregnancy & lactation schedules, and cost information.