The PFG-700 was a plasma/blood synthesizer developed by Hadrassi Emergency Medical Systems Technologies.

Using proteins derived from local organic materials in order to synthesize an artificial blood/plasma mix, the PFG-700 was capable of offering a universal blood substitute for emergency situations. While not intended as a long term substitute for a particular blood type, the synthesizer was widely used in emergency situations for short term treatment. In order to synthesize an artificial serum, the synthesizer needed a genetic sample (skin, hair, or blood). The unit, while expensive at 5,500 credits, was relatively common in most hospitals.