Bloodless Medicine Technologies
Our skilled medical and professional staffs and state-of-the-art medical technology provides patients with a range of options designed to minimize blood loss and maximize the oxgyen-carrying capabilities of the blood.
A procedure that stimulates bone marrow to produce red blood cells.
A device that recycles blood lost during surgery by collecting, cleaning, and returning blood to the patient; a method for collecting the blood spills into the chest or abdominal cavity during surgery or into drains after surgery. The blood is collected, filtered and then re-infused back into the patient.
A device that enhances the circulation of blood via intravenous fluids.
A device that reduces blood loss by sealing blood vessels.
A device that reduces blood loss and tissue damage in liver and brain surgery.
This procedure reduces the loss of blood by sealing tissue.
For more information, contact Cathy Santoni, Program Coordinator in the office at 443-777-8280 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For immediate assistance, call the 24-hour pager at 410-932-8163.