Letter of intent

Karolinska University Hospital is aiming for a new safer blood bag. An increased demand is of outmost importance to reach that goal and that is why we wish healthcare organizations to join us by signing a Letter of Intent. The letter of intent is found here.

Karolinska takes the next step

Karolinska University Hospital takes the next step for a PVC-free blood transfusion Karolinska aims to be one of the first hospitals in the world to use PVC free blood bags and thus contribute to a safer healthcare and less impact on environment. Read more at Karolinska website. You will find text in Swedish here. The […]

What happens after Life?

This project ended the 30th on June and we are writing on the final report for the European Commission. At the same time we are investigating different scenarios on how to proceed in introducing the new bag on to the market. We need both demand and supply sides to do that. You are welcome to […]

Networking in June 2017

Several of the beneficiaries have been networking during the projects last month. Networking and dissemination of information to initiate after Life activities. Petter Höglund from Karolinska University Hospital attended ISBT Congress in Copenhagen 19-21th of June Alice Ravizza representing Haemotronic attended MedTech Summit in Amsterdam 19-23rd of June Project manager Lena Stig attended Swetox & […]

LINK to: Final Webinar – 30th of May 2017 at 13-14 CET

One step closer to a safe blood bag Welcome to PVCfreeBloodBag project’s final webinar. Have we overcome the challenges? How far away is a market introduction? What comes after LIFE? Speakers Petter Höglund, Professor, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden Alice Ravizza, The project’s regulatory coordinator, Haemotronic, Italy Lena Stig, Project Manager, Region Jämtland Härjedalen, Sweden Moderator: Lisa […]

Successful participation at WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices

The project was present at the 3rd Global Forum on Medical Devices, Geneva 10-12th of May, 2017. More than 650 participants from 85 countries participated and a several valuable contacts were made for future cooperation’s gaining the PVC free Blood bags Projects regulatory coordinator Alice Ravizza presented the project and project manager Lena Stig was also present – here by the project […]

HCWH Europe 2017 annual general meeting in Berlin 4-5 May

The project is represented by Lena Stigh and Katarina Ryckenberg at Health Care Without Harm Europe 2017 Annual General Meeting in Berlin  4-5th May. This meeting is joint and parallel with Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Europe member’s meeting. Over 40 delegates from different countries come together to discuss and share best practice projects. The results from PVCfreeBloodBag were […] © 2015