LONDON, Aug. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This report shows inpatient procedure numbers for the transfusion of blood cells, plasma, plasmapheresis and immunoadsorption in German hospitals.
The report focuses on (1) transfusion of blood cells, (2) transfusion of plasma, plasma components and infusion of volume substitutes and (3) plasmapheresis and immunoadsorption.
The first chapter, transfusion of blood cells, deals with: (1) transfusion of whole blood, (2) concentrated red cells and platelet concentrate, (3) exchange transfusion, (4) transfusion of leukocytes, (5) extraction and transfusion of autologous blood and (6) transfusion of peripherally derived hematopoietic stem cells.
The second chapter is about: (1) transfusion of plasma components and genetically engineered plasma proteins, (2) infusion of volume substitutes in newborns and (3)
transfusion of plasma and other plasma components and genetically engineered plasma proteins.
The last chapter deals with: (1) therapeutic plasmapheresis, (2) immunoadsorption, (3) LDL apheresis, (4) cell apheresis, (5) photopheresis, (6) special cell apheresis procedures, (7) double-filtration plasmapheresis and (8) apheresis of soluble fms-like tyrosine kinase-1 (sFlt-1).
A lot of additional information is given in the single sub chapters. Altogether data for far over 100 specific "blood and plasma procedures" are described.
Data are divided by federal state and procedures per 100.000 inhabitants per federal state. Furthermore the "Top 5 performers" - hospitals with the most inpatient "blood and plasma procedures" - are identified. These data will support strategic business decisions and guide sales activities.
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