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Blood bank equipment is used to store and process blood and its components for transfusions. This equipment includes refrigerators, freezers, centrifuges, and other laboratory equipment. The type of equipment used in a blood bank depends on the type of services provided.
The most common type of equipment used in a blood bank is a refrigerator or freezer. These are used to store blood and its components at a temperature between 1-6°C. Refrigerators and freezers come in a variety of sizes and models, ranging from small, under-counter models to large, walk-in models. The cost of these units can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars.
Centrifuges are also commonly used in a blood bank. These are used to separate the components of blood, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, and plasma. Centrifuges come in a variety of sizes and models, ranging from small benchtop models to large, floor-standing models. The cost of these units can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars.
Other laboratory equipment used in a blood bank includes microscopes, pipettes, and other labware. The cost of these items can range from a few dollars to several hundred dollars.
There are a variety of manufacturers that make blood bank equipment, including Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eppendorf, and Beckman Coulter. The cost of these items can vary depending on the manufacturer and the type of equipment.