Delhi’s first Plasma Bank inaugurated

The Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejrival in the presence of the deputy CM n acting health minister Manish Sisodia today inaugurated the first PLASMA BANK at the Institute of Billiary and Liver Sciences in Delhi.

The CM appealed to the recovered Corona patients to come forward to save the lives of the Covid 19 patients by donating their plasma through the Convalescent Plasma Therapy at the new Plasma Bank at IBLS hospital as serving a person n giving him or her a new lease of life is like serving the God added Delhi CM Arvind Kejrival. The voluntary plasma donor will be given to and fro transport facility by the government.

This Plasma bank has been opened in view of the urgent need for plasma therapy in Delhi hospitals to cure the severely suffering patients of Covid 19.

The earlier results of Convalescent Plasma Therapy on 49 patients in Delhi’s private hospitals have been outstanding with 46 patients having been cured revealed Kejrival.

This plasma is taken out of the willing Covid 19 cured patient’s whole blood after two week’s of cure and given to the Covid 19 patient through the Convalascent Plasma therapy.

This Convalescent Plasma therapy enhances the immune system in the body of the Covid 19 patient which strongly fights the corona viruses n finally cure them.

The Convalascent Plasma Therapy for Covid 19 uses antibodies from those who have recovered. When in the blood stream of a critically ill patient these anti bodies evoke a booster immune response said the chief minister Arvind Kejrival. According to the chief minister this therapy was apllied on 29 patients as well in the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan hospital and the results were quite encouraging.


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