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Meeting Demands for Efficient Blood Collection and Preservation with WEGO’s 500 ml Blood Bag

At WEGO, they understand how important excellent medical consumables are to the local healthcare system. As an expert in the medical consumables market, WEGO’s 500ml blood bag is a successful demonstration of the convenience that quality products and services bring to local healthcare.

Preserving Blood Integrity and Viability

WEGO’s commitment to safety and quality is reflected in the design of the 500 ml blood bag. The bag is meticulously crafted using high-quality materials and advanced manufacturing processes, ensuring the integrity and viability of the collected blood components. The inclusion of anticoagulant CPDA-1 in the primary bag preserves red blood cells for up to 35 days at a temperature range of 2℃-6℃. This extended preservation period enhances the availability and usability of blood products for transfusion procedures.

Flexibility for Healthcare Professionals

WEGO’s 500 ml blood bag provides healthcare professionals with flexibility through its needle options. The blood bag is available with 16G or 17G needles, allowing for efficient blood flow during collection and transfusion procedures. This adaptability caters to the specific requirements and preferences of healthcare professionals, ensuring optimal performance and patient care. Additionally, the bag’s compatibility with anticoagulant CPDA-1 solutions USP further enhances its versatility, providing healthcare professionals with a reliable tool for blood collection and preservation.


In conclusion, WEGO’s 500 ml blood bag is a testament to the company’s commitment to meeting the demands of blood management. Through strategic partnerships, comprehensive support, and innovative product design, WEGO Medical empowers healthcare professionals to collect, process, and preserve blood components efficiently and safely. By investing in high-quality materials and advanced manufacturing processes, WEGO ensures the integrity and viability of the collected blood, ultimately contributing to improved patient outcomes and the delivery of quality healthcare.

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