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TERUFLEX BLOOD BAG SYSTEM ANTICOAGULANT CITRATE PHOSPHATE DEXTROSE ADENINE (CPDA-1)
anhydrous citric acid,
trisodium citrate dihydrate,
sodium phosphate, monobasic,
dextrose monohydrate and
----------TERUFLEX® BLOOD BAG SYSTEM CPDA-1 SOLUTION
Revised 8/96 N-BB-CA-A 4
Read these instructions before use.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR BLOOD COLLECTION: Use aseptic technique.
1. Confirm that all numbered tubing of each blood bag unit contains segment numbers.
2. Make a loose knot in the donor tubing approximately 10 cm from the needle unless alternate methods are used to seal tubing.
3. Clamp donor tubing.
4. Suspend primary bag as far as possible below the donor’s arm.
5. Apply blood pressure cuff or tourniquet to donor’s arm. Disinfect site of phlebotomy. If blood pressure cuff is used, inflate cuff to approximately 60 mmHg.
6. Remove needle protector and perform phlebotomy. Remove clamp to permit blood flow into primary bag.
CAUTION Do not touch needle after removing the needle protector.
7. Appropriately secure donor tubing to donor’s arm.
8. MIX BLOOD WITH ANTICOAGULANT AT SEVERAL INTERVALS DURING COLLECTION.
9. Collect labeled volume of blood (+ / - 10%).
10. Tighten knot firmly after collection. Clamp between knot and needle. Sever donor tubing between knot and clamp. Alternate methods may be used to seal tubing. Collect blood samples.
11. Reapply clamp to donor tubing; release pressure on the donor’s arm and remove the needle. Seal donor tubing.
CAUTION Discard tubing/phlebotomy needle unit according to institutional procedures.
12. Immediately after collection, invert bag several times to assure blood and anticoagulant are well mixed.
13. Strip blood from donor tubing into bag, mix well, and allow tubing to refill. Seal on or near X marks on donor tubing to provide numbered aliquots of anticoagulated blood for testing.
14. If components are prepared, centrifuge unit and separate cells from plasma within 8 hours of blood collection.
NOTE: Final hematocrit should be 75% or less.
15. Snap CLIKTIP (inline closure device) of primary collection bag and transfer plasma into satellite bag. Clamp transfer tubing of satellite bag.
16. Seal tubing of primary bag in two places, cut between seals and separate from satellite bag(s).
17. Store CPDA-1 Red Blood Cells (or whole blood) between 1-6oC.
18. Infuse CPDA-1 Red Blood Cells within 35 days of collection.
For further processing, use standard component processing techniques.
To open blister package, peel cover film back 4/5 of its length.
After opening, unused blood bags may be stored for 30 days by returning cover film to original position and sealing with tape to prevent possible loss of moisture.
• THE PACKET OF AGELESS CONTAINED IN THIS PACKAGE ABSORBS OXYGEN AND GENERATES HEAT ON REMOVAL AND SHOULD BE HANDLED WITH CARE.
• DISPOSE WITH PACKET IN TRAY.
• DO NOTE DISPOSE WITH WASTES CONTAINING VOLATILE OR FLAMMABLE MATERIALS.
• DISCARD AGELESS PACKET WITHOUT OPENING.
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ANTICOAGULANT CITRATE PHOSPHATE
DEXTROSE ADENINE SOLUTION (CPDA-1) USP
FOR COLLECTION OF 450mL OF BLOOD
Each unit consists of a primary bag containing 63 mL of solution with
188 mg Citric Acid (anhydrous) USP, 1.66 g Sodium Citrate (dihydrate)
USP, 140 mg Monobasic Sodium Phosphate (monohydrate) USP, 2.01 g
Dextrose (monohydrate) USP, 17.3 mg Adenine USP.
STERILE, NON-PYROGENIC FLUID PATH.
DO NOT USE UNLESS ANTICOAGULANT IS CLEAR
DONOR NEEDLE 16G x 1 1/2˝ (1.60 x 38mm)
RECOMMENDED STORAGE: Room Temperature (15-30°C/59-86°F).
Avoid excessive heat. Protect from freezing.
After opening, unused bags may be stored for 30 days by returning cover film to
original position and sealing with tape to prevent possible loss of moisture.
See Instructions For Blood Collection.
Manufactured by : TERUMO CORPORATION Tokyo, Japan
® : Registered Trademark
Revised: 12/2009 Terumo Corporation
Reproduced with permission of U.S. National Library of Medicine
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