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Introduction Citrate phosphate dextrose adenine (CPDA-1) is an anticoagulant preservative used commonly in human and veterinary blood banking. Currently, CPDA-1 is the preservative of choice in transfusion medicine. 1 Within this compound

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blood banking protocols, making blood transfusions a more feasible option in both primary and emergency or referral practices. Citrate phosphate dextrose adenine solution (CPDA-1) is a commonly used anticoagulant in blood collection and is commercially

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RBCs will be destroyed within the first 24 hours after transfusion. 23 In 1 report, 2 CPDA-1 was identified as the best storage medium to minimize storage lesions of equine RBCs; however, that study 2 did not include in vivo experiments. The

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. A volume of 10 mL of blood/kg (maximum, 60 mL) was collected into a semiclosed collection system g that had been primed with CPDA-1 (1 mL of CPDA-1/7 mL of blood to be collected) solution at each donation. 9,10 Before each blood collection, cats

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stored in an anticoagulant CPD-adenine solution (designated CPDA-1) 9 for up to 35 days, or packed canine RBCs can be stored for up to 42 days in additive solutions. 1,9 Canine fresh whole blood has been stored in solutions consisting of acid

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assistance with blood collection and processing. The authors declare that there were no conflicts of interest. ABBREVIATIONS IL Interleukin PRBC Packed red blood cell TNF Tumor necrosis factor Footnotes a. Fenwal Whole Blood CPDA-1

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, NY. j. CoStatus Roller pump, Transonic Systems Inc, Ithaca, NY. k. HFW1000, Transonic Systems Inc, Ithaca, NY. l. CPDA-1 blood collection bag, Terumo Corp Teruflex, Tokyo, Japan. References 1. Valverde A Giguere S Sanchez LC

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, Nashville, Tenn, June 2014. ABBREVIATIONS COX Cyclooxygenase IL Interleukin LOX Lipoxygenase LT Leukotriene PG Prostaglandin PRBC Packed RBC TX Thromboxane Footnotes a. Teruflex Blood Bag System, 450 mL, CPDA-1, Terumo Corp

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individual 450-mL double blood collection bags containing CPDA#1 anticoagulant solution (JorVet; Jorgensen Laboratories). The FG was aseptically prepared as a solution of 75% fibrinogen in autologous serum. The fibrinogen concentration was selected based on

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and instrumentation, once mean arterial pressure (MAP) was stable for at least 10 minutes. Blood was then collected from the jugular catheter using an aseptic technique into bags containing citrate phosphate dextrose adenine (CPDA-1) for later return

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