BONE MARROW PROCESSING    (BMP) PROTOCOL    SPECTRA OPTIA® APHERESIS SYSTEM1   Presentation title, Month #, Year. Confiden...
Bone Marrow Processing (BMP) Protocol                 Introduction                 About Terumo BCT, Protocol Overview, Ho...
3    ABOUT TERUMO BCT3
Terumo BCT, a global leader in     blood component, therapeutic apheresis            and cellular technologies.     We bel...
Looking at Terumo BCT at a Glance            Parent company:       Terumo Corporation                     Division:    Blo...
6    PROTOCOL OVERVIEW6
Protocol OverviewBringing ease of use to BMP procedures     The Spectra Optia system simplifies BMP procedures with:     ...
How it WorksSetting up the procedure Bone marrow is transferred into    the BMP accessory set, either by:        Using a...
How it Works               Entering procedure data                The system guides the operation                 through...
How it WorksMonitoring and adjusting the run The system provides operators with  information to monitor the progress of  ...
Accessory Set                                                                    BMP bagAccessory Set                     ...
Protocol Value                                        Streamlines                                         operator        ...
Protocol Value                      Procedure precision and safety                      Produces consistent results throug...
14COMPARISON
Comparison     Spectra Optia System                     COBE® Spectra Apheresis System     Single-bag approach with a cons...
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  • Depending on their specific processing needs, operators have a choice of how the bone marrow is transferred into the accessory set. When using the spike, there is a 200 micron filter to provide additional filtration. When using the luer, operators may connect a separate filter.
  • Depending on their specific processing needs, operators have a choice of how the bone marrow is transferred into the accessory set. When using the spike, there is a 200 micron filter to provide additional filtration. When using the luer, operators may connect a separate filter.
  • Bmp sales presentation 306610811

    1. 1. BONE MARROW PROCESSING (BMP) PROTOCOL SPECTRA OPTIA® APHERESIS SYSTEM1 Presentation title, Month #, Year. Confidential
    2. 2. Bone Marrow Processing (BMP) Protocol Introduction About Terumo BCT, Protocol Overview, How it Works, Accessory Set Protocol Value Features and Benefits Comparison Protocol Compared Between Systems2
    3. 3. 3 ABOUT TERUMO BCT3
    4. 4. Terumo BCT, a global leader in blood component, therapeutic apheresis and cellular technologies. We believe in the potential of blood to do even more for patients than it does today. This belief unites our organization, inspires our innovation and strengthens our collaboration with customers. Terumo BCT Unlocking the Potential of Blood4
    5. 5. Looking at Terumo BCT at a Glance Parent company: Terumo Corporation Division: Blood Management Business Chairman: David Perez Revenues: Approaching $1B President and CEO: David Perez Associates: More than 2,700 globally Classification: Medical Device Manufacturer Industry: Blood Banking, Transfusion Medicine, Cellular Therapies and Cell Processing Customer segments: Blood Centers, Therapeutic Apheresis Centers and Cell Processing Global headquarters: Lakewood, Colorado, United States Regional headquarters: Brussels, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, TokyoMajor manufacturing facilities: United States, China, India, Japan, Northern Ireland 5
    6. 6. 6 PROTOCOL OVERVIEW6
    7. 7. Protocol OverviewBringing ease of use to BMP procedures  The Spectra Optia system simplifies BMP procedures with:  Helpful on-screen guidance  Single-bag approach  Minimal operator interaction needed throughout the procedure  Allows operators to perform other tasks  Processes bone marrow in under 90 minutes7
    8. 8. How it WorksSetting up the procedure Bone marrow is transferred into the BMP accessory set, either by:  Using a spike on the administration line (includes 200 micron filter)  Using the luer connector assembly The system is primed The system guides operators through connecting the single BMP bag8
    9. 9. How it Works Entering procedure data  The system guides the operation through setting various operating parameters:  Amount of bone marrow processed  Number of processing cycles  Target plasma volume  With the parameters set, the system processes bone marrow to:  Collect mononuclear cells  De-bulk and reduce the volume9
    10. 10. How it WorksMonitoring and adjusting the run The system provides operators with information to monitor the progress of the run Operators can adjust the collection preference to control the concentration of cells through the collect port Continuously compares how the system is collecting cells with the target collection preference Gives the ability to adjust collection preference Displays an image of the collect port throughout procedure10
    11. 11. Accessory Set BMP bagAccessory Set Streamlines operatorused with the interaction with a single-bag approachIDL Set Sample bulb assembly Allows sampling before or during the procedure while maintaining a functionally closed system Administration line Includes a 200-micron filter on the line with spikes for additional filtration if desired Compact packaging Minimizes the space required for storage Color-coded components Simplify setup and operation Functionally closed set Helps prevent contamination11
    12. 12. Protocol Value Streamlines operator interaction with a single- bag approach Provides Guides operators with operators control over through the parameters to protocol with meet target processing Advanced an intuitive graphical user outcomes technology interface (GUI) and operator choice Allows operators to perform other Minimizes tasks as the memorization system and simplifies continuously training monitors and adjusts the interface12
    13. 13. Protocol Value Procedure precision and safety Produces consistent results through interface stability Performs red cell reduction greater than 97 percent* Provides volume reduction greater than 80 percent* Produces a final product volume under 200 mL* Helps prevent the contamination of harvested bone marrow with a functionally closed procedure Frees up space, because a clean room is not required *Data on file.13
    14. 14. 14COMPARISON
    15. 15. Comparison Spectra Optia System COBE® Spectra Apheresis System Single-bag approach with a constant Two product bags, operators required flow, no clamping to move clamps during procedure Automated Interface Management Operator manages interface (AIM) system Intuitive GUI with touch screen LED and touch pad Plasma collection is optional and can Plasma is automatically collected be configured depending on the other for most procedures collection parameters Collect valve opens automatically when Operator manually opens collect valve cells are detected by AIM Data management (reports), No data or report capabilities stores up to 100 procedures15

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