Vice-Governor Igor Sukharev Became A Donor Of Anticoid Plasma

Vice-Governor Igor Sukharev Became A Donor Of Anticoid Plasma
Vice-Governor Igor Sukharev Became A Donor Of Anticoid Plasma

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Vice-Governor for Domestic Policy, Minister of Regional and Information Policy of the Orenburg Region Igor Sukharev became a donor of anticoid plasma. He donated blood on Monday, November 2, at the Orenburg regional clinical blood transfusion station.

Earlier, a similar procedure was performed by the chief physician of the hospital named after I. Pirogov Andrey Karpets and chief physician of the ambulance station Valentin Ivanov. They urged Orenburg residents who have had coronavirus to become donors and help patients in covid hospitals.

Antique plasma production in the Orenburg region began in June 2020. Every week, according to the Ministry of Health, specialists at the transfusion station collect about 60 doses.

Anyone who has recovered from COVID-19 with a confirmed diagnosis from 18 to 55 years old can become a donor. The donor must be healthy, without chronic diseases. After the coronavirus, at least 14 days must pass.

Before the procedure, alcohol, fatty foods (seeds, bacon, smoked meats, mayonnaise, cutlets, etc.) and medications must be excluded 48 hours before the procedure. The day before the procedure, there should be a light dinner until 18:00. In the morning - a light breakfast of tea with sugar and a slice of bread. On the day of plasma donation, before donation, drink 1.5-2 liters of liquid to facilitate the process. During plasmapheresis, the donor is allowed to drink.

Where to donate Antique Plasma in Orenburg

GBUZ "Orenburg Regional Clinical Blood Transfusion Station", st. Aksakov, 32 from 8:00 to 17:00 on weekdays, phone: 8 (3532) 67-03-03. The donor must have a passport and an extract from the hospital or a certificate from the clinic confirming the fact of the transferred coronavirus infection.

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