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Irradiators, Blood

Definition : Irradiators designed to provide uniform and efficient irradiation of blood and blood products. These devices typically consist of a main unit containing a shielded radioactive source (e.g., cesium 137, cobalt 60), a canister chamber, timers, controls, and a detachable canister to manipulate the blood products. Irradiation of blood products is intended to inhibit lymphocyte division, decreasing the risk of graft-versus-host disease.

UMDC code : 17437

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Charter Medical Ltd

Company Type: Parent

Charter Medical's Vital Fluid business serves the medical device and bioprocessing industries. We offer specialty products for blood transfusion and cell therapy applications as well as single-use bio-containers for containment of media, buffers and bulk intermediates in Biotech, Pharmaceutical, and Diagnostic reagent manufacturing processes.

Faxitron Bioptics LLC

Company Type: Parent

Building the First Cabinet X-Ray System. The original Faxitron cabinet x-ray system was invented in the late '60s by physics pioneer Joseph Edmonds Henderson who would go on to head the illustrious Applied Physics Laboratory at the University of Washington. Henderson also invented the betatron and synchrotron, which may explain the ‘tron' in our product's name.

J L Shepherd and Assoc

Company Type: Parent

Pharmalucence Inc

Company Type: Parent

Pharmalucence traces its roots to CIS-US, Inc. CIS-US was incorporated in 1985 to commercialize medical applications from isotopic technologies developed by its European parent company.

Precision X-Ray Inc

Company Type: Parent

Rad Source Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

Rad Source Technologies has been the expert in providing renewable, non-isotope, ionizing radiation replacements for self-shielded gamma irradiators. Currently, there are over 300 renowned hospital, university, and pharmaceutical research institutions using Rad Source X-ray technology.

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