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What is Aphaeresis? PDF Print E-mail
Aphaeresis is a procedure during which the blood goes to the aphaeresis machine, which removes the selected blood components/cells. The rest of the blood is returned back to the donor. This procedure usually takes one to two hours. It is a safe procedure for the donor and gives more benefit to the patient who is transfused only the specific blood component required.
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