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Last $44.21 USD
Change Today +0.77 / 1.77%
Volume 166.2K
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400 Wood Road

Braintree, MA 02184

United States

Phone: 781-848-7100

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Haemonetics Corporation, a healthcare company, provides blood management solutions to customers. The company’s portfolio of integrated devices, information management, and consulting services offers blood management solutions for each facet of the blood supply chain, helping improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs for blood and plasma collectors, hospitals, and patients. The company develops and markets a range of systems used with plasma and blood donors that collect and process blood into its components using both manual and automated methods. It also develops and markets various systems to hospitals that automate the cleaning and reinfusion of a surgical patient's own blood, automate the tracking and distribution of blood in the hospital, and enhance blood diagnostics. Markets and Products The company operates under four product categories: Plasma, Blood Center, Hospital, and Software Solutions. Plasma This category includes plasma collection devices and consumables. The company’s portfolio of products and services is designed to support multiple facets of plasma collector operations. With its PCS brand automated plasma collection technology, various plasma could be collected during any one donation event because the other blood components are returned to the donor through the sterile disposable sets used for the plasma donation procedures. The company offers ‘one stop shopping’ to its plasma collection customers, enabling them to source from the company the range of products necessary for plasma collection and storage, including PCS brand plasma collection equipment and consumables, plasma collection containers, and intravenous solutions. It also offers a portfolio of integrated information technology platforms for plasma customers to manage their donors, operations, and supply chain. Its products automate the donor interview and qualification process; streamline the workflow process in the plasma center; provide the controls necessary to evaluate donor suitability; determine the ability to release units collected; and manage unit distribution. With the company’s software solutions, plasma collectors could manage processes across the plasma supply chain, react to business changes, and identify opportunities to reduce costs. Blood Center The company offers blood collection and processing devices and consumables. It provides automated blood component and manual whole blood collection systems to blood collection centers to collect blood products. The company markets the MCS (Multicomponent Collection System) brand apheresis equipment, which is designed to collect specific blood components integrated from the donor. Utilizing the MCS automated platelet collection protocols, blood centers collect various therapeutic ‘doses’ of platelets during a single donation. The MCS two-unit protocol or double red cell collection device helps blood collectors optimize the collection of red cells by automating the blood separation function, eliminating the need for laboratory processing, and enabling the collection of two units of red cells from a single donor thus improving the amount of red cells collected per eligible donor and helping to mitigate red cell shortages in countries where this problem exists. Blood collectors could also use the MCS system to collect one unit of red cells and a ‘jumbo’ (double) unit of plasma, or one unit of red cells and one unit of platelets from a single donor. With the whole blood acquisition, the company also offers a portfolio of products for manual whole blood collection and processing. The assets acquired from Pall Corporation provide the company with filter technology and manufacturing capability, as well as a portfolio of manual collection, filtration, and processing products. Its portfolio of disposable whole blood collection and component storage sets offer flexibility in collecting a unit of whole blood and the subsequent production and storage of the red blood cell, platelet, and/or plasma products, including options for in-line or dockable filters for leukoreduction of any blood component. In addition, the company’s Acrodose product line provides a closed sy

 

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