Whether for training, testing, or product development uses, it's crucial to make sure that the leukopaks you decide to invest in for your facility are reliable and of high quality. Otherwise, they could compromise your projects and protocols as time goes on. Here are a few things you can look for when choosing leukopaks for your facility to help ensure that you'll be getting the quality and reliability you expect.
A Large Donor Network
To make sure that your leukopak orders can be fulfilled on an ongoing basis without having to find different distributors to get it, you should make sure that the service provider you initially buy from has a large donor network to tap in to. Make sure that your provider sources plasma from a variety of reputable collection facilities throughout the country so whenever you place an order, you'll have peace of mind in knowing that your provider will have access to the number of leukopaks you need.
This should help make planning future testing and development projects easy and help ensure that you don't end up starting a project late or having to cancel it altogether just because your service provider can't deliver the leukopaks you need when you need them.
It's also very important to make sure that every leukopak you invest in has been thoroughly tested for disease before being delivered to your facility, even if you plan to test it all yourself. If your leukopaks aren't free of disease, they could prevent you from getting accurate results during the testing phase of your projects and even cause a product that's in development to fail when all is said and done. So make sure that the leukopaks you purchase have tested negative for various diseases such as HBV, HIV, HCV, WNV, and even syphilis.
A Satisfaction Guarantee
As long as you're working with a reputable distribution company, you shouldn't have any problems with the leukopaks that you order from them. However, if a problem does arise you should be able to return the product for a replacement or your money back.
You shouldn't be stuck with a batch of leukopaks that end up testing positive for a disease in your personal laboratory or have to deal with being sent less product than your ordered without compensation. If you have any problems with your product after it's been delivered, you should be able to contact your service provider to have the problem addressed and corrected immediately.