Blood Management

Aliquot Bag Systems

Charter Medical's Multiple-bag Aliquot Systems are designed to facilitate the collection, storage, processing, transport, separation, and administration of blood and blood components for neonatal or pediatric transfusion. Platelet component aliquots must be administered to a patient within 4 hours.

  • Reduces waste of adult-size blood units
  • Use with sterile-connection technology to provide a closed blood transfer system that maintains original primary unit outdating
  • Limits donor exposure for neonates
  • Available in multiple bag configurations
  • Compatible with neonatal/pediatric syringe sets for proper filtration and blood administration
  • 150 mL-bag shape allows full visibility and adhesion of ISBT label
  • Needle-less configurations eliminate accidental needle sticks

Product Codes

Code
Description
U/M
T2008
150mL 8 bag aliquot system with piercing pin (unsegmented tubing)
24 / CS
T3002
150mL 2 bag aliquot system with piercing pin
24 / CS
T2182
150mL 3 bag aliquot system with piercing pin
24 / CS
T3003
150mL 4 bag aliquot system with 150 micron filter, piercing pin, and needleless access port
24 / CS
T3000
150mL 4 bag aliquot system with piercing pin
24 / CS
T2186
150mL 6 bag aliquot system with piercing pin
24 / CS
T2286
150mL 6 bag aliquot system with piercing pin and needleless access port
24 / CS

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