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component

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part

an item such as a gearbox, steering wheel, etc. which is used in the assembly of another component or final product (such as a motorcar). See PARTS FAMILY CODING AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS, REPLACEMENT PARTS, ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT, AFTER-SALES SERVICE.
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The Intercept Platelet System is paving the way in our comprehensive approach to the inactivation of pathogens in all three transfusion blood components.
The relationship between the American Red Cross and CaridianBCT is reflective of our combined passion to meet the ever-increasing patient needs for safe, critical blood components," said American Red Cross Biomedical Services Executive Vice President J.
Additional problems with ABC Codabar have been recognized in donation identification numbers and blood component codes.
The state health department will set up blood component separation unit for at the district hospital in Siliguri, West Bengal
Human plasma, which accounts for about 10 per cent of blood component sales, has a more rapid growth rate than other products.
Gambro BCT is the market leader in separation and handling of blood components.
Gambro BCT improves lives through innovation, quality and services delivered by our people, products and processes in blood component technology.
Pall, the leading global provider of filtration and other technologies to enhance the safety of the blood supply, conducted this study in response to the need to reduce the problem of bacterial contamination of blood components.
The presentation, part of the Advisory Committee's discussion on labeling claims for TSE clearance studies for blood component filters, is a continuation of Pall Corporation's dialogue with U.
Red cells are the most widely transfused blood component.
The Leukotrap(R) Affinity Prion Reduction Filter, expected to be launched commercially in Europe this spring, removes infectious prions from red cells, the most widely transfused blood component.
These systems address important medical markets: surgical blood salvage, blood component collection, plasma collection, and blood component safety.