Over 10 million platelet units in patients in North America.
The company’s Platelet PGD test was developed the presence of a the presence of a variety of bacterial contaminants in platelets just prior to transfusion. Currently, over 10 million platelet units in patients in North America, Europe and Asia are transfused each year. This risk, theedicine experts estimate that as many as 1 in 2,000 are contaminated with bacteria these units. In recognition of this risk, the American Association of Blood Banks has a standard to demand introduced methods to limit and detect bacterial contamination in platelets.
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For more information.. The fourth annual meeting of African the Academy of Sciences Development Initiative in 4-5 November in London, place at the Royal Society in, the U.S. National Science Akademie of the UK and the Commonwealth. The initiative is led a 10 – years of work the U.S. National Academy of Sciences to strengthen the capacity of African Academies of Sciences, independently, evidence-based traveler reviews be at important political issues. At the conference, agent of African Academies of Sciences will collect with representatives of the North American or European Academies of Sciences and and with African leaders and officials of the donor organizations and foundations around the world.
Inaugural speech supplied by Lord Martin Rees, president Royal Society.