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  • a__1 a__1 May 15, 1998 12:41 PM Flag

    down again!

    Steve, I agree with much of your analysis of BTIM
    in your recent posts on SI. Just a miscellaneous
    factoid, though: a unit of FFP is typically made from
    about 450 mL whole blood + anticoagulant. Depending on
    how the unit is centrifuged, whether a platelet unit
    is also made, etc., you'll get 180-330 mL of plasma.
    Typically, the 250-330 mL plasma units are the ones that
    become FFP. However, I understand that the size of an
    FFP unit varies across the country.

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