400 Wood Rd.
Braintree, MA, US


For more than 30 years, Haemonetics has been a global leader in blood processing technology. The Company has two families of products: Donor Products - These products are marketed to the blood donation industry and include products that automate the blood donation process and the processing of blood. Patient Products - These products are marketed to the surgical suite for blood loss management for patients. The products include surgical blood salvage (or "autotransfusion") devices, surgical field blood suction systems, and blood and patient warming systems. Through its history, Haemonetics has earned a solid reputation for product innovation, technical expertise, and operational excellence. Today, Haemonetics' products, internal R&D, marketing partnerships, and product acquisitions reflect the Company's unwavering commitment to provide safe and available blood for patient transfusions and for use in pharmaceuticals. Haemonetics is publicly traded as HAE on the New York Stock Exchange. We employ more than 1,800 people in 16 countries and market in over 50 countries. About 85% of revenues come from single-use consumables exclusively used with our devices. Almost half our revenues are derived from the Americas. The balance is derived nearly equally from Europe and Asia.

Equipment List

Haemonetics - cardioPAT

cardioPAT® Cardiovascular Perioperative Autotransfusion System

Haemonetics - OrthoPAT

Reduces unnecessary allogeneic transfusions and the associated risks and costs

Haemonetics - SmartSuction Harmony

SmartSuction Harmony surgical suction system

Haemonetics - Cymbal

The Cymbal system is automated red cell collection technology that allows blood collectors to collect two units of red cells from a single donor.

Haemonetics - MCS+ LN 8150

Blood collection centers throughout the world are facing difficult times as they strive to improve the safety of the blood supply.

Haemonetics - PCS2

The PCS2 system is Haemonetics latest technology for the collection of plasma and flexible protocols allow for the collection of "jumbo" units

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