Peer-Reviewed Results of Haemonetics' Improving Plasma Collection (IMPACT) Trial Published in the Journal TRANSFUSION
BOSTON, April 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Haemonetics Corporation (NYSE: HAE), a global medical technology company focused on delivering innovative medical solutions to drive better patient outcomes, announced that the full peer-reviewed results of the IMproving PlasmA CollecTion (IMPACT) trial have been published in TRANSFUSION, the prime journal for transfusion medicine related research. The publication expands upon the IMPACT trial data presented in October 2020 in a plenary session at the AABB conference. IMPACT, a multicenter, prospective and double-blinded study, is one of the largest randomized controlled trials of plasmapheresis. The trial involved 3,443 donors who underwent 23,137 plasma donations.
IMPACT compared plasma collection using NexSys PCS® with YES® Technology, which collects plasma based on a donor's weight per the current industry standard nomogram, to collection with NexSys PCS® with Persona® Technology which uses a novel, personalized Percent Plasma Nomogram (PPN) based on body mass index (BMI) and hematocrit, to enable a more tailored collection target. The trial found that the personalized donation method has a non-inferior safety profile, and demonstrated a yield increase of +8.2% more plasma per collection on average as compared to the control, based on the donor population in the trial. Based on the results of the IMPACT trial, Haemonetics' NexSys PCS® system with Persona® Technology received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance in 2020.
"Plasma is a critical ingredient for important medicines that can have a life-changing impact on patients suffering from hundreds of conditions including primary immunodeficiency, hemophilia, trauma and more," said Jan Hartmann, Haemonetics' Vice President, Medical Affairs, Clinical Development and Medical Safety. "We are committed to innovation and using the best available science to change the paradigm for plasma collection with our proprietary technology." 1,2
According to the Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association (PPTA), approximately 750,000 people across Europe and North America rely on plasma for life-saving therapies3 and it can take hundreds of plasma donations to treat a single patient4.
The full publication, "Personalized collection of plasma from healthy donors: A randomized controlled trial of a novel technology-enabled nomogram," can be accessed in the TRANSFUSION Journal here.
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