Plazma Donetion 70 Volentiar – 70 Corona warriors volunteered to donate plasma

Lalitpur On the occasion of Bhagwan Mahavir Janma Kalyanak, 70 people were screened for plasma therapy of corona patients at the free anti-virus screening camp at Shri Digambar Jain Bhagwan Mahavir Eye Hospital and it was decided to donate plasma.
In the program of the NGO Annapurna Seva Sangh, the main guest was the additional district judge Anil Kumar Mishra, the chairman of the distinguished guest, Arvind Jain eye clinic, the general secretary of Digambar Jain Panchayat Samiti, Dr. Akshay Tadaiya, and the head of Bundelkhand Vikas Sena, Harish Kapoor Titu. The ADM said 60 beds are empty for treatment at El To Hospital in Talbehat. There is no oxygen starvation in the district. So don’t run away from the trouble. Use government services in Talbehat. Those who need plasma during treatment can benefit from this camp. Eye Clinic President Arvind Jain said that in this day and age when people do not leave home, Annapurna Seva Sangh is coming up to help people. Plasma is helping them fight the Battle of Corona by making a donation. Harish Kapoor said donating plasma does not harm the body. Dr. Akshay Tadaiya gave his views. Annapurna Seva Sangh President Amit Dear Jain, said that so far nine Corona warriors have reached Jhansi and 15 people have donated plasma.
In the camp, 70 people, including Alka Jain, Devendra Jain, Ramesh Saraf, Vaibhav Tinna, Rupnarayan Vishwakarma’s lawyer, Dr. Shailendra Jain, Rachna Sen and Saurabh Jain, test their antibodies. Said the report, the report of which will be good, will be sent respectfully. On this occasion Vinay Tamarkar, Jagjit Singh, Adarsh ​​Rawat, Harishchandra Namdev, Anand Kushwaha, Samkit Jain, Ankit etc. were present. Working with Pankaj Srivastava, everyone’s blood has been sent to Bhopal’s laboratory for antibody screening, the report of which will be available in two days.

Hospital employees who take blood samples from the woman who had undergone plasma donation donate to the antibiotic test.– Photo: LALITPUR

Lalitpur On the occasion of Bhagwan Mahavir Janma Kalyanak, 70 people were screened for plasma therapy of corona patients at the free anti-virus screening camp at Shri Digambar Jain Bhagwan Mahavir Eye Hospital and it was decided to donate plasma.

In the program of the NGO Annapurna Seva Sangh, the main guest was the additional district judge Anil Kumar Mishra, the chairman of the distinguished guest, Arvind Jain eye clinic, the general secretary of Digambar Jain Panchayat Samiti, Dr. Akshay Tadaiya, and the head of Bundelkhand Vikas Sena, Harish Kapoor Titu. The ADM said 60 beds are empty for treatment at El To Hospital in Talbehat. There is no oxygen starvation in the district. So don’t run away from the trouble. Use government services in Talbehat. Those who need plasma during treatment can benefit from this camp. Eye Clinic President Arvind Jain said that in this day and age when people do not leave home, Annapurna Seva Sangh is coming up to help people. Plasma is helping them fight the Battle of Corona by making a donation. Harish Kapoor said donating plasma does not harm the body. Dr. Akshay Tadaiya gave his views. Annapurna Seva Sangh President Amit Dear Jain, said that so far nine Corona warriors have reached Jhansi and 15 people have donated plasma.

In the camp, 70 people, including Alka Jain, Devendra Jain, Ramesh Saraf, Vaibhav Tinna, Rupnarayan Vishwakarma’s lawyer, Dr. Shailendra Jain, Rachna Sen and Saurabh Jain, test their antibodies. Said the report, the report of which will be good, will be sent respectfully. On this occasion Vinay Tamarkar, Jagjit Singh, Adarsh ​​Rawat, Harishchandra Namdev, Anand Kushwaha, Samkit Jain, Ankit etc. were present. Working with Pankaj Srivastava, everyone’s blood has been sent to Bhopal’s laboratory for antibody screening, the report of which will be available in two days.

Hospital employees who take blood samples from the woman who had undergone plasma donation donate to the antibiotic test.

Hospital employees who take blood samples from the woman who had undergone plasma donation donate to the antibiotic test.– Photo: LALITPUR

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