• blood bag plasticizers influence red blood cell vesiculation

    Blood Bag Plasticizers Influence Red Blood Cell Vesiculation

    Blood Bag Plasticizers Influence Red Blood Cell Vesiculation Rate without Altering the Lipid Composition of the Vesicles. Bicalho B(1), Serrano K(2), Dos Santos Pereira A(3), Devine DV(2), Acker JP(4). Author information: (1)Canadian Blood Services, Center for Innovation, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

  • blood bag plasticizers influence red blood cell vesiculation

    Blood Bag Plasticizers Influence Red Blood Cell Vesiculation

    Blood Bag Plasticizers Influence Red Blood Cell Vesiculation Rate without Altering the Lipid Composition of the Vesicles Beatriz Bicalho , a Katherine Serrano , b, c Alberto dos Santos Pereira , d Dana V. Devine , b, c and Jason P. Acker a, d, *

  • blood bag plasticizers influence red blood cell vesiculation

    Blood Bag Plasticizers Influence Red Blood Cell Vesiculation

    Blood Bag Plasticizers Influence Red Blood Cell Vesiculation Rate without Altering the Lipid Composition of the Vesicles Bicalho B. a · Serrano K. b, c · dos Santos Pereira A. d · Devine D.V. b, c · Acker J.P. a, d. Author affiliations

  • dehp plasticizer and blood bags: challenges ahead - lozano

    DEHP plasticizer and blood bags: challenges ahead - Lozano

    Later, it was found that the plasticizer di‐2‐ethylhexyl‐phthalate (DEHP) used in combination with polyvinylchloride (PVC), leached to the blood component contained in the plastic bag and that in the case of the red blood cells, stabilized the membrane allowing the extension of storage up to 49 days, depending on the additive solution used.

  • in vitro investigation of the effect of plasticizers on the

    In vitro investigation of the effect of plasticizers on the

    Blood Bag Plasticizers Influence Red Blood Cell Vesiculation Rate without Altering the Lipid Composition of the Vesicles Beatriz Bicalho , Katherine Serrano , Alberto dos Santos Pereira , Dana V. Devine , Jason P Acker

  • effect of the plasticizer dehp in blood collection bags

    Effect of the Plasticizer DEHP in Blood Collection Bags

    Di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), a plasticizer known to be used in the manufacture of blood collection bags, was extracted from plasma obtained through three common techniques that allowed contact with DEHP, and drug fu values in plasma from each collection method were estimated using the HTDialysis protein binding methodology.

  • effect of the plasticizer dehp in blood collection bags

    Effect of the Plasticizer DEHP in Blood Collection Bags

    Di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), a plasticizer known to be used in the manufacture of blood collection bags, was extracted from plasma obtained through three common techniques that allowed contact with DEHP, and drug fu values in plasma from each collection method were estimated using the HTDialysis protein binding methodology.

  • commercially available blood storage containers

    Commercially available blood storage containers

    provide blood bag users with a current compilation of available blood bags (Table 1), as they represent the majority of blood bag producers in Europe and North America. All of the manufacturers that were contacted participated in the questionnaire. Results were tabulated into red cell, platelet and plasma bag families, with addi-

  • effects of aged stored autologous red blood cells on human

    Effects of aged stored autologous red blood cells on human

    Notably, transfusion of day 42 red blood cells (RBCs) increased circulating levels of plasticizers (diethylhexyl phthalate and derivatives) by up to 18-fold. Similarly, transfusion of day 42 blood significantly increased circulating levels of proinflammatory oxylipins, including prostaglandins, hydroxyeicosatrienoic acids (HETEs), and

  • dana devine - centre for blood research

    Dana Devine - Centre for Blood Research

    Blood bag plasticizers influence red blood cell vesiculation rate without altering the lipid composition of the vesicles. Transfus Med Hemother. 2016 Jan;43(1):19-26. Schubert P, Coupland D, Nombalais M, M Walsh G, Devine DV. RhoA/ROCK signaling contributes to sex differences in the activation of human platelets. Thromb Res. 2016 Mar;139:50-5.

  • transfusion | 2013(09) articles

    Transfusion | 2013(09) articles

    Blood Bag Plasticizers Influence Microvesicle Size and Microvesiculation Rate in Red Blood Cell Concentrates : SP52; In Vitro Evaluation of a New In-Line Red Blood Cell (RBC) Leukoreduction Filter : SP53; Evaluation of Transport Time and Temperature on the Detection of Bacteria Using the eBDS Bacterial Detection System : SP54

  • the involvement of cation leaks in the storage lesion of red

    The involvement of cation leaks in the storage lesion of red

    Stored blood components are a critical life-saving tool provided to patients by health services worldwide. Red cells may be stored for up to 42 days, allowing for efficient blood bank inventory management, but with prolonged storage comes an unwanted side-effect known as the “storage lesion”, which has been implicated in poorer patient outcomes.

  • us9993389b2 - red blood cell products and the storage of red

    US9993389B2 - Red blood cell products and the storage of red

    Red blood cell products and compositions are disclosed. The product includes a container made from PVC or a non-PVC material that is substantially free of a phthalate plasticizer but otherwise includes one or more non-phthalate plasticizers or extractable agents.