The European Society for Hemapheresis - short ESFH - was founded in 1984 with the aim of gathering European physicians, scientists, and allied health personnel working in the field of Hemapheresis with a vision to improve donor and patient care. The mission of ESFH is to advance knowledge in apheresis techniques through education, to consolidate and spread proven methods, and to open new paths in the collection of blood cells and treatment of diseases by apheresis.

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Webinars produced with the collaboration of ESFH and Terumo BCT (e.g. Anticoagulation Management)
and more  webinars produced directly by Ter
umo BCT.

Anticoagulation Management in Therapeutic Plasma Exchange:

Plasma Exchange: Multiple Venous Access Versus Peripheral Access?
http://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1394067/8ECB6E15DA4493C7768B1F97C4C80DCE?partnerref=esfh

What Technology Would You Use for Plasma Exchange?
http://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1343905/42FD04644AC1D9827165929D80BBA131?partnerref=esfh

Advancing Apheresis in Neurology: Review of Neurological Disease Indications for Plasma Exchange:
https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1456776/073F252EFC9FDEC2B81253C9FF382769?partnerref=esfh

Peripheral Vascular Access fort Apheresis Peripheral Vascular Access for Apheresis
https://www.terumobct.com/assets/CMC-Dev/VA%20Module/New/story.html

ESFH starts a new area in the web of education in apheresis. In that area, links for accessing webinars related with the field of apheresis, created in collaboration of Terumo BCT will be offered.

You can access it right here after the link.

Recently an interesting investigation was published in Vox Sanguinis concerning in vitro evaluation of buffy coat derived granulocytes for the...
In this paper, the group from Pamplona shows data of stem cell mobilization with filgrastim (G-CSF) in 36 healthy family donors, of which 18...
In this paper the authors reviewed more than 50.000 extracorporeal procedures in 7.142 patients regarding incidence and severity of apheresis...