Therapeutic apheresis is not a new application, but its extent and scope has rapidly grown in the last two decades. At present, apheresis is primarily accepted as an acute therapeutic method in a variety of diseases, and millions of patients undergo the treatment every year.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/19/2016 -- In the past few decades, the medical community all across the world has increasingly engaged in the use of apheresis. In therapeutic apheresis, a patient's plasma or blood cellular parts are split and removed from the blood and replaced by substitute plasma or substitute blood fluids. The rationale behind apheresis is that the abnormal substances or cells in the patient's blood are removed through apheresis, thereby leading to cure or control of the disease.
Therapeutic apheresis is not a new application, but its extent and scope has rapidly grown in the last two decades. At present, apheresis is primarily accepted as an acute therapeutic method in a variety of diseases, and millions of patients undergo the treatment every year. Today, apheresis is being evaluated as a treatment option for a wide range of chronic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, different forms of cancer, polyneuropathies, multiple sclerosis, and others.
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The American Society for Apheresis published an edition of guidelines for the practice of therapeutic apheresis in 2010. All the guidelines mentioned by the Society are based on the review of scientific literature on apheresis. The clinical utility of any mentioned disease in the guidelines is denoted by a category (I – IV). In addition, the quality and the strength of the available clinical evidence of such disease is denoted by standard grade recommendations.
The major market drivers influencing the growth of apheresis equipments business are the rise in demand for plasma and plasma products, improvement in healthcare infrastructure in emerging economies and improvement in the status of reimbursement policies. However, factors such as lack of donor availability and histocompatibility issues, costly therapeutic methods, and lack of highly trained technicians might hamper the growth in demand for apheresis equipments.
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