At a time when COVID-19 survivors are being urged to donate plasma, veteran actor Nafisa Ali’s niece Diya Naidu, a survivor herself, did her bit to assist different sufferers in want.
Nafisa took to Instagram to congratulate her niece for donating plasma after restoration, the second particular person in Karnataka to take action. “My darling niece Diya Naidu — I am so grateful to you brave child — a COVID19 warrior (living in Bangalore) has agreed to donate her plasma to help cure other COVID19 serious patients,” she captioned her image with Naidu.
Those who absolutely get better from COVID-19 develop antibodies of their plasma which may assault the virus. According to redcrossblood.org, the convalescent plasma is being evaluated as remedy for sufferers with life-threatening coronavirus infections. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has additionally requested for medical trials throughout the nation to evaluate plasma remedy.
“My darling niece Diya Naidu — I am so grateful to you brave child — a COVID19 warrior (living in Bangalore) has agreed to donate her plasma to help cure other COVID19 serious patients. It is the need of the hour,” Nafisa wrote on Instagram.
Explaining the method of plasma donation, Nafisa added, “The process of donating plasma to treat COVID-19 is not very complex and can be done in just two hours. One of the most discussed methods of treatment of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus is plasma therapy, which involves the transfusion of plasma from a convalescent coronavirus patient to a critical patient.”
Diya additionally defined the process intimately on Instagram, alongside an image of the quantity of blood she donated. “This method has been super effective wherever its been tried. The blood of a Covid recovered person is taken and separated into red blood cells and plasma. What you see here is 1/3rd of the amount they took. This was after 1st cycle. They do three. Basically that full bag is given to JUST ONE PATIENT. This means that the need for donors is pressing.”
Addressing issues of security, she added, “The red blood cells are then returned to the donors body via the same needle so its very safe. All needles, tubing etc is disposed of as bio hazard.”
“There is nothing to be afraid of. The normal pain that needles bring and a bit of wooziness. I am fine now and during the procedure was given calcium to eat as blood calcium dips.” Diya has been suggested by the physician to maintain herself earlier than she will once more donate in two weeks.
“On a side note, it really helped them that I am physically active — in doctor speak, “good veins”. The particular person earlier than me needed to donate by way of the neck as his veins weren’t giant sufficient! When I requested why, this was their clarification. So do contemplate doing a little common motion that pumps the veins and muscular tissues and improves the circulation and lung capability,” she added, requesting others to come back ahead and donate.
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