Sunday, 17 May 2009

Birmingham Processing Lab 1965 - 2009

A tribute. Thousands of lives were saved by blood products from this lab. Colleagues and hospitals will feel the loss.

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These are the centrifuges that spun blood at high speed to separate out the different types of cells. Now they are still.

This row of now-idle Compomat machines pressed the blood after it was spun to push the plasma into a separate bag from the red cells.

Industrial thermogenesis machine which froze plasma to below -40 degrees centigrade.

Lab technicians no more.

Morale is bad amongst those left at Birmingham centre.



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