We have the pleasure to announce the availability of the above-mentioned study, which provides the customer with a global overview of blood collections as well as a comprehensive analysis of all the sources of plasma used for fractionation. This includes, on a worldwide level, plasma recovered from whole blood donations, as well as source plasma, by public/non-profit entities as well as by private/commercial companies. When it is not used for transfusion, fresh frozen plasma (FFP) can be a source for more plasma for fractionation in some countries, provided that there are no regulatory or legal barriers. The data is based on an extensive survey conducted by the MRB in over 75 countries in 2020 and 2021. In addition to 2019 figures, the report provides historical data going back ten years, sometimes longer.

The following topics are included:

  • Organization of Blood Transfusion Services,
  • Data on blood & plasma collections, and some prices,
  • Data on the processing of blood, components and plasma for transfusion.

The table of contents are enclosed below:

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary (Pages 10-12)
  • Global Plasma for Fractionation Tables and Charts (Pages 13-51)
    1. Plasma Collections by Country/Region from 2010 to 2019
    2. Plasma Collections by Source vs. Recovered Plasma by Country by Year
    3. Breakout of Commercial vs. Government/Non-Profit collections by Year
    4. Forecast of the Number of US Centers from 2020 to 2030 by Company
    5. Forecast of US Plasma Collections from 2020 to 2030 in liters
  • Blood Collections and Usage and Plasma Sent for Fractionation by Country
    1. North America (United States and Canada) – Pages 52-65
    2. Latin America including Caribbean (17 countries) – Pages 66-103
    3. Europe (31 countries) – Pages 104-163
    4. Middle East & Africa (13 countries) – Pages 164-181
    5. Asia & Pacific (14 countries) – Pages 182-221