COVID-19, Plasma: The infection of Corona is continuously spreading in India including the world. The number of corona patients is increasing every day. Three lakh new cases reported daily in India. With increasing patients, the pressure on hospitals is increasing.
Simultaneously, demand for plasma is also increasing. But first of all, it is important to know that what is plasma? And how can it be donated? Who can donate it and who doesn’t? The Central Government has released the list for plasma donate. In which information about what to do and what not to do about plasma donation is given Let’s know important things about plasma
Plasma therapy is to treat patients with corona risk and severe symptoms. Plasma therapy is proving to be very effective in the treatment of corona. The person can donate plasma three or four weeks after first being found positive. By that time, their anti-bodies are believed to have formed sufficiently in the blood.
Who can do plasma donate
- The corona report must be negative for donating plasma. It should be accompanied by a hard copy and copy of the Aadhaar card.
- Those who have been Corona positive and the investigation report have come negative. They can donate 14 to 21 days later.
- People who are 18 years of age and are completely healthy can also donate plasma.
- Healthy individuals up to 60 years old can give plasma.
- 50 kg or more and a physically healthy person can also give blood.
Who can’t do plasma donate
- A woman who is pregnant, or has been pregnant before. She cannot donate plasma.
- Patients with diabetes, cancer, hypertension, kidney, liver cannot donate plasma.
- If a person is using medical medicine or is undergoing treatment in a hospital, he also cannot donate.
- Even people with the disease cannot donate their plasma.
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