Extracorporeal circulation filters
... recommended flow rate The filters maximum recommended flow rate of 3.2 L/min exceeds that of competing arterial filters and provides versatility of use with different patient sizes. Excellent filtration Effective ...
... hemodilution for your patients. It provides Optimal Filtration and it has competitive edge over other pediatric arterial filters for it’s higher range of maximum recommended flow rate of 3.2 L/min, that ...
... adult and pediatric arterial filters that offer easy priming and debubbling with superior air handling and filtration efficiency Specific features and benefits of Micro PH.I.S.I.O. adult and pediatric ...
... arm. 2. Anticoagulation (Blood Thinning) Anticoagulation is necessary for all treatments in which blood is treated extracorporeal. Heparin and citrate are used to prevent blood clotting. 3. Removal of LDL and Lp(a) The ...
Arterial Filter High Performance of Eliminating Particles and Air Bubble from the Blood during Extracorporeal Circulation Special Features ● Sterilizaiton : ETO
... Intended patients: fetuses, premature infants, neonates, infants who are receiving exchange transfusions or extracorporeal circulation treatments or patients who urgently need rapid and massive blood ...
Arterial Blood Filter Description The Arterial Blood Filter consists of a polycarbonate housing with a pleated polyester filter membrane of 40µm porosity inside, and a PVC bypass line ...
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