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Cell Saver

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Category: Blood Conservation
Forum Name: Blood Conservation
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Topic: Cell Saver
Posted By: pumper
Subject: Cell Saver
Date Posted: Nov 24 2010 at 2:35am
Dear perfusionists,

If you had a choice of choosing a cell saver, what would you choose and why? I have two options: 1- Medtronic/ Autolog
2- Sorin/ Electa

Your help is highly appreciated.

Maria Al Balushi, BS, CCP
Royal Hospital
Oman

perfusionist81@gmail.com



Replies:
Posted By: kashif
Date Posted: Feb 03 2013 at 1:32am
we are using medtronic autolog  for last 7 years found no technical problem.
 
kashif
Clinical Perfusionist


Posted By: skindiver
Date Posted: Feb 15 2013 at 5:30am
we use medtronic autolog for long time.its very simple usage.but we will prefer electra for use all blood products..(cellsaver,pletelets,bioglue and plasma)


Posted By: binder001
Date Posted: May 23 2014 at 10:11am
In our practice we use the AutoLog and have been quite happy with it.  We cover the cardiac program, some vascular cases orthodepic surgery and post-op washing and a trauma center.  The AutoLog does everything fine.  Ther only "tricky" part about AutoLog is that the valve tubing has to be intered into the valve just right or you will only get error messages.  It's not hard to learn with a little practice.



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