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Vox Sang. 2015 Nov;109(4):414-6. doi: 10.1111/vox.12300. Epub 2015 May 29.

Independent evaluation of tolerance of therapeutic plasma inactivated by amotosalen-HCl-UVA (Intercept ™) over a 5-year period of extensive delivery.

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1
Etablissement Français du Sang Auvergne-Loire, Saint-Etienne, France.
2
GIMAP-EA3064, Université de Lyon, Saint Etienne, France.
3
Institut National de la Transfusion Sanguine, Paris, France.

Abstract

Amotosalen-HCl-UVA (AI) is a process to inactivate pathogens in therapeutic plasma (FFP). Tolerance is the main residual issue in FFP transfusion, and only large series observations are powered enough to identify significantly elevated levels of hazards. We report here on 15,133 new transfusions of AI-FFP, over the previously published 36,035, which in all represents one of the largest series observed by means of a highly standardized surveillance (51.168 observations). There is no noticeable difference in terms of tolerance of AI-FFP compared to 5875 transfusions of Quarantine (Q)-FFP. There was no significant difference in terms of advance events, between the two types of FFP (P = 0.98); further, no difference was recorded either when the total number of AI-FFP (51,168) was compared to the corresponding number of Q-FFP (5875; P = 0.62).

KEYWORDS:

amotosalen; haemovigilance; pathogen reduction; safety; therapeutic plasma

PMID:
26031441
DOI:
10.1111/vox.12300
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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