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A Blood Transfusion Bag is container designed to store blood for short periods of time. They are typically made out of sturdy clear plastic and their insides are coated with various preservatives to ensure the blood remains viable until it is needed for a transfusion. AccuPoint’s Blood Transfusion Bags come in three varieties and four different sizes to ensure maximum customer satisfaction.

BENEFITS OF BLOOD TRANSFUSION BAGS

They vary in size so that the volume blood does not have to be measured when being administered

Their inside is coated with high quality preservatives such as CPDA or CPDA+SAGM. NOTE: The inside preservative coating can also be adjusted to fit customers’ specific packaging requirements

They are used for reliable blood transfusions to help heal patients

They are made with high quality PVC materials

TYPES OF BLOOD TRANSFUSION BAGS

Normal - Single: This is a standard Blood Transfusion Bag that holds 250ml. It comes with one nozzle from which the catheter is then attached.

Normal - Double: This is a standard Blood Transfusion Bag that holds 350ml. It comes with one nozzle from which the catheter is then attached.

Normal - Triple: This is a standard Blood Transfusion Bag that holds 450ml. It comes with one nozzle from which the catheter is then attached.

Normal - Quadruple: This is a standard Blood Transfusion Bag that holds 550ml. It comes with one nozzle from which the catheter is then attached.

Blood Bag with Sampling Arm - Single: This is similar to the standard Blood Transfusion Bag; however it comes with two nozzles. The first is for the catheter and the second one attaches a second tube to test the blood before running it through the catheter. It holds 250ml.

Blood Bag with Sampling Arm - Double: This is similar to the standard Blood Transfusion Bag; however it comes with two nozzles. The first is for the catheter and the second one attaches a second tube to test the blood before running it through the catheter. It holds 350ml.

Blood Bag with Sampling Arm - Triple: This is similar to the standard Blood Transfusion Bag; however it comes with two nozzles. The first is for the catheter and the second one attaches a second tube to test the blood before running it through the catheter. It holds 450ml.

Blood Bag with Sampling Arm - Quadruple: This is similar to the standard Blood Transfusion Bag; however it comes with two nozzles. The first is for the catheter and the second one attaches a second tube to test the blood before running it through the catheter. It holds 550ml.

Blood Bag with Leukocyte Reduction Filter - Triple: These Blood Transfusion Bags are also similar to the standard bag, however they come with an additional feature: a leukocyte reduction filter. This protects patients from leukocyte-related as well as micro aggregate transfusion complications, as well as post-operative infections. Furthermore, leukocyte reduction filters can lower the cost of care as well as the length of stay for patients. This Blood Transfusion Bag holds 450ml.

Blood Bag with Leukocyte Reduction Filter - Quadruple: These Blood Transfusion Bags are also similar to the standard bag, however they come with an additional feature: a leukocyte reduction filter. This protects patients from leukocyte-related as well as micro aggregate transfusion complications, as well as post-operative infections. Furthermore, leukocyte reduction filters can lower the cost of care as well as the length of stay for patients. This Blood Transfusion Bag holds 550ml.

FAQS

What are surgical blades used for?
A surgical blade’s primary purpose is to perform incisions during surgeries and dissections. However, they have been known to be used for other purposes such as arts and crafts. The latter is not recommended by AccuPoint as it is not the intended use of our particular kind of surgical blade.
Can I reuse a surgical blade?
No. These specific surgical blades were only meant for a single use; after which they should be disposed of.
How were the surgical blades sterilized?
They were sterilized using gamma radiation. This is a similar process to X-rays - both are a form of electromagnetism; however gamma radiation uses higher energy.
Should I sharpen my surgical blades before or after using them?
No. Since the surgical blades that AccuPoint offers come ready to use straight out of the package, there is no need to sharpen them before using. Doing so could even potentially damage the blades, as they are not meant to be sharpened. The act of sharpening them result in a less sharp, less smooth, non-sterile product. In answer to whether one should sharpen them after using them, the answer remains no. Since surgical blades are only meant to be used a single time, there is no reason for you to sharpen them post-use as they should be immediately discarded.
What should I do if the package is damaged or broken in some way?
If the package is damaged or broken the sterilization process will have been compromised. Immediately dispose of the entire package of surgical blades, they are no longer fit for medical or any other purposes.
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