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Like all the best ideas, Hemosep’s strength lies in the simplicity of its concept and application. The Hemosep system salvages blood loss during surgery and recycles it so that it can be transfused back to the patient.

Hemosep is unique. By returning all cell species, including platelets and red blood cells back to the patient, it reduces post-operative bleeding and therefore improves patient outcomes.
Fast, simple cell concentration with improved patient outcomes.
  • Patient’s own blood is transfused, reducing the risk of contamination and reaction
  • Decreased need for donor blood and associated transfusion products, leading to a reduction in donor dependency
  • Assists in the reduction of post-operative bleeding, resulting in improved patient recovery
  • Maintenance of platelet population means there is preservation of normal clotting function
  • Reduction in inflammatory molecules, results in a reduction in post-operative complications
  • Easy to use: very little specialist knowledge is required and training is provided
  • A cost effective alternative to existing cell salvage devices and/or blood transfusion
The Hemosep device consists of:
  • Hemosep Adult Cell Concentrator Bag
  • Hemosep Shaker Unit
  • Blood collection bag for the collection of processed blood
  • Intraoperative stand
  • Hemosep Intraoperative Kit consisting of a blood collection reservoir and suction/ anticoagulant lines 
Hemosep blood cell saver machine

The Hemosep Cell Concentrator Bag is the active processing section of the device and consists of three parts:

Hemosep cell saver blood transfusion
  1. Blood bag
    – houses the technology (filter membrane and super absorbent pad) and blood whilst it is filtered
  2. Filter membrane
    – a unique size pore structure to control what is able to pass through during filtration means that no cellular components can pass into the super absorbent pad
  3. Super absorbent pad
    –  absorbs all unwanted blood products that pass through the filter membrane, turning it into a gel-like substance for easy disposal once complete