HemaTrate™ Blood Filtration System
Bring Cell Therapy to Your Patient
3 Steps to Autologous Cell Therapy Preparation
The HemaTrate Blood Filtration System is a tool for preparing autologous platelet concentrate (fPC) or total nucleated cell (TNC) concentrate. Load, filter, and recover in minutes. Whether in the clinical laboratory or intraoperatively at the point-of-care, this tool for cell therapy preparation from Cook Regentec provides:
- Point-of-care cell therapy preparation in minutes
- Two options for cell therapy concentrates in a single-use device
- Gravity filtration for separating specific cell populations
- Three steps for use: load blood, filter blood, recover the preparation
- Freedom from fixed capital equipment
3 Steps Up Close
The HemaTrate Blood Filtration System shown on this website is not approved or available in all regulatory jurisdictions, including the United States. Please consult with your local Cook Regentec representative or Customer Service for details.
What is HemaTrate?
How does HemaTrate work?
What are the possible cell therapies that HemaTrate can prepare?
TNC: total nucleated cell concentrate
How can HemaTrate prepare two different cell therapy concentrates – fPC or TNC?
For the preparation of fPC, a small amount of sterile water is added to the collection bag prior to the LOAD step, allowing for the additional capture of platelets by the filter.
For the preparation of TNC, no addition of sterile water is required.
The HemaTrate device is single-use. You cannot prepare both concentrates using a single device.
What additional solutions and/or materials are needed?
Syringes are needed to LOAD the blood, and RECOVER the cell therapy concentrate.
For preparation of fPC:
- Anticoagulant ACD-A
- Sterile water
- 2% saline
For preparation of TNC:
- Anticoagulant ACD-A
- Either 0.9% saline or a Dextran solution
Is a centrifuge required?
How many times can HemaTrate be used?
What is the regulatory status of HemaTrate?
What are the clinical applications of the therapies prepared by HemaTrate?
Are there any publications supporting the use of HemaTrate?
Can HemaTrate be used with bone marrow or cord blood?
Is training available?
How do I order HemaTrate?