BNAU Veterinary Students Embrace the Noble Act of Plasma Donation

The 2nd year students of the BNAU Faculty of Veterinary Medicine joined the noble cause of Plasma Donation. 
The importance of donor plasma can hardly be overestimated, because most of the drugs made from it (Albumin, Immunoglobulin, Bioven Mono, BioClot, etc.) have no artificial analogues and are widely used in surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology, immunology, haematology, neurology, pulmonology, infectious and oncological diseases, heart failure, Rh conflicts, after accidents and other serious conditions. And the need for medicines is growing from year to year. That is why doctors all over the world unanimously answer the question of why they donate blood plasma - to save the most valuable thing, human life.
Plasma is blood without any formative elements, i.e. the liquid part of blood with proteins, ions, gases and other substances. 
Blood plasma contains 90-92% liquid, which is constantly renewed, and 8-10% dry matter. The latter consists mainly of proteins (65-85 g per 1 litre), products of their synthesis and salts containing sodium, potassium, calcium and chlorine ions, carbonates, phosphates, glucose, etc. 
The process of plasma collection is called donor plasmapheresis.
Plasma donation is not only a noble but also a responsible cause.

We are grateful to our students for their clear civic position! 🇺🇦