Sisu Global Hemafuse

Sisu Global Health

Product description Brand name and product description

The Sisu Global Hemafuse is a manual autotransfusion device is that used to retransfuse a patient’s own blood during an internal hemorrhage. The Hemafuse is in early-stage development and undergoing field trials.

Target region(s) Target region for distribution/implementation (listed by country if specified)

Sub-Saharan Africa countries- Ghana, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, and Ethiopia

Distributors/implementing organizations Organization(s) distributing/deploying this product directly to communities/individuals?"

Hospitals, NGO, governments will buy Sisu Global Hemafuse from Sisu and distribute.

Market suggested retail price Price per unit or service price per usage/terms (USD). Subsidies noted.

The Hemafuse body is projected to cost $50 retail for 50 uses. Each filter is designed to cost $10 retail, and is disposable after each patient. The cost for these filters will be passed onto the patient or to the national health insurance scheme

Competitive landscape Similar products available on the market. May not be a comprehensive listing.

Direct transfusion via widely used manual procedure commonly used in Sub-Saharan Africa which consists of salvaging blood with a kitchen soup ladle and filtering it with gauze, Cell processors and salvage devices. Devices include: Transflow, Transmed Transfusion Devices, Haemonetics® Cell Saver®, Medtronic autoLog, Fenwal Transfusion set, Beldico Transfusion set, Bicakcilar transfusion set

SDG targeted United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targeted with this product/application/service

Goal 3: to improve and promote good health.

Improve survival rates and increase the safety in the treatment of internal hemorrhaging, specifically due to ectopic pregnancies and auto accidents.

Target user(s) Target user/consumer base (country, income segment)

For use by health care providers for patients with internal hemorrhaging specifically due to ectopic pregnancies or auto accidents.

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