A hemoperfusion cartridge is essential to extract blood from a patient in various emergencies. It will outline the basics and some of the more complex aspects of a hemoperfusion cartridge.
Hemoperfusion cartridges: what are they, and what do they do?
The hemoperfusion cartridge is a cylinder containing fixed adsorption particles. After the whole blood passes through, the toxins are absorbed by the particles to achieve the purpose of purifying the blood. The hemoperfusion cartridge has two main adsorbent particles: activated carbon and resin. In addition, activated carbon has a greater affinity for water-soluble molecules, and resin has a greater affinity for fat-soluble molecules.
Hemoperfusion (HP) is a kind of blood purification that introduces the patient’s blood into a perfusion device equipped with a solid adsorbent and removes exogenous or endogenous toxins, drugs, or metabolic wastes that cannot be removed by dialysis in the blood through adsorption. It is mainly used to rescue drugs and poison poisoning and can also be combined with hemodialysis to remove macromolecular toxins in patients with chronic renal failure on maintenance dialysis.
How to choose the right hemoperfusion cartridge
You need to know a few things when choosing the right hemoperfusion cartridge.
First, it’s important to determine the type of blood perfusion therapy you need.
Second, you need to consider the trustworthiness of the supplier.
Finally, it would be best to consider whether you are a long-term supply company.
If you are looking for a hemoperfusion cartridge, I recommend contacting Jafron.
Jafron has international quality certifications such as CE, ISO, EN ISO13485, and China GMP national certification.
The company is benchmarked to the highest medical standards and is equipped with a unique automated production line for hemoperfusion cartridges with an annual capacity of approximately 20 million units. With a successful strategy and extremely rigorous evaluation methods for high production quality control, the annual complaint rate of Jafron products is 0.1/10,000, which is well below the industry average. Therefore, you can trust the quality of this company.
If you have questions about which hemoperfusion cartridge is right for your needs, please do not hesitate to ask Jafron. Based in Asia, Jafron has established a global blood purification medical service network, including 183 offices in China and 5 global service centers in Vietnam, Europe, South America, and other places, with a team of more than 1,100 employees and A professional treatment delivery team of 1,000 partners. Trust them to provide you with the best quality products and services.