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Friday March 24, 2017

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Q: Cryoprecipitate as name applied can be kept frozen for clinical use for how long?

Answer: About one year.

Fresh-Frozen -Plasma obtained from one unit of blood is thawed at 4C for about 24 hours, which makes precipitates of cold-insoluble proteins, which are very rich in blood coagulation factors. It is re-frozen at -18C. Total amount of cryoprecipitate obtained from one unit of blood is about 10-15 mL. This product can be kept frozen at -18C for about one year to use for clinical transfusions. 






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