What is plasma therapy and how does it help fight COVID-19?

What is plasma therapy and how does it help fight COVID-19?
What is plasma therapy and how does it help fight COVID-19?
India reported the first confirmed case of coronavirus infection on January 30, 2020, 9 months later this pandemic is far from over. As the search for a vaccine continues, plasma therapy has emerged as a bankable option to treat COVID-19.
What is plasma therapy?

Plasma therapy has been shown to be an effective way of fighting disease since the 19th century and is also used to treat people with coronavirus infections. Plasma is most of your blood. This therapy uses blood from a recovered patient to generate antibodies. These antibodies are then used to treat those who test positive for coronavirus infection to help them recover quickly.

With the help of this video we tried to explain how antibodies work and how they effectively fight the coronavirus. We also highlighted the entire plasma donation process and reports from the practice from people who have donated plasma. Organizations like the PINT network help bridge the gap between donors and patients.


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