Autoplasmadology is the key to your safety
Autoplasmodonorism – it is the preparation of its own blood plasma. Why is this procedure necessary?
Obstetric bleeding Is one of the main causes of maternal mortality. Very often, with a large loss of blood, only a transfusion can save a woman.
In addition, the need for transfusion of blood components can occur in case of surgical delivery – caesarean section. For these purposes, freshly frozen plasma is most often used in obstetrics, and only in some cases is the erythrocytic or platelet mass.
A qualified doctor can predict the likelihood of bleeding during or immediately after birth. Moreover, such predictions can be made already in the early stages of pregnancy. A special risk group includes future mothers suffering from extragenital pathology, as well as those who have pregnancy with complications.
Typically, such women doctors recommend autoplazmodonorstvo.
Of course, before giving blood, all donors must be examined for dangerous diseases – HIV, viral hepatitis B and C, syphilis. But, despite this, the danger of transfusion of drugs of donor blood still remains quite large.
First of all, this is due to the fact that at the time of examination and blood donation, the infection in the donor’s body can be in a dormant state. In this case, it is almost impossible to identify it with the help of tests and tests.
How to avoid this danger?
Autoplasma – the ability to avoid accidental infection
The best way to avoid infection is to transfer your own plasma. Autoplazmodonorstvo allows you to prepare it in the required amount long before delivery.
Autoplasma is frozen and stored in special freezers, which maintain a temperature of -41 ° C.
In fact, in this procedure there is absolutely nothing to worry about. For its carrying out use special equipment – automatic plasmapheresis. A woman settles in a comfortable chair, a single-use needle with a catheter is inserted into her vein and connected to the apparatus.
He takes the necessary amount of blood, dividing into two components – erythrocytes and plasma. Erythrocytes, through the same needle, return to the bloodstream.