Platelet Additive Solution SSP+

Safe platelets through saved plasma
 

STORAGE SOLUTION FOR PLATELETS SSP+

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

• 14 references
• Polyolefin bag (Non PVC)

• 2 YEAR SHELF-LIFE :

- Available volumes: 250, 280, 300, 500mL

• 1 YEAR SHELF-LIFE :

- Available volumes: 200 and 220mL (on-going stability studies)

• Compatible with all techniques (manual and automatic)
• 2 connection modes available (for both manual & aphaeresis)
• Barcode ISBT 128

 

ADVANTAGES AND KEY FIGURES

• Suitable for platelets prepared from both aphaeresis and Buffy-Coat production

• Quality platelet maintained :

- up to 7 days after preparation
- up to 4 days after preparation without agitation

• Validated with all Pathogen Reduction Technologies (Mirasol, Intercept and THERAFLEX UVPlatelets)

• 7 million platelet concentrates preserved with SSP/SSP+ since 2002

• Worldwide leader in 2016 :

- Sold in more than 40 countries
- 1,3 Million sold since 2015
 

IN VITRO QUALITY DATA AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

• Reports of haemovigilance from several countries demonstrate a significant reduction in the rate of allergic events wih platelets suspended in PAS compared to platelets suspended in plasma.
• Platelet concentrates from Buffy-Coat in SSP+ additive solution show superior in vitro parameters when compared with those stored in plasma. (Storage of platelet concentrates -Present and future, P. Van der Meer.)
• Novel PAS containing glucose, calcium and bicarbonate does not seem to be associated with improved in vitro results as compared to SSP+ when PLTs are stored with 35% plasma inclusion. (Platelet storage media, H. Gulliksson.)
• HSR, regarded as one of the best single in vitro parameters to predict post-transfusion efficacy, is higher after 7-day storage in SSP+ as compared to Intersol. (in vitro and in vivo effects of potassium and magnesium on storage up to 7 days of apheresis platelet concentrates in platelet additive solution, B. Diedrich et al.)
• SSP+ is effective for both preserving the in vitro properties of PLTs and preventing accelerated glycolysis. (Parallel comparison of apheresis collected platelet concentrates stored in four different additive solutions, M. Nogawa et al.)
• Storage of PLTs in SSP+ improved the quality of PCs in terms of better maintained PLT count, lower glucose metabolism, lower spontaneous activation, and improved response to a PLT agonist compared to PLTs in T-Sol. (in vitro properties of platelets stored in three different additive solutions, N. Tynngard et al.)