Do you currently have Mono?
If you, do we need you to donate
plasma to help others… Plasma is a crucial component in the manufacturing of
the very test kit(s) that were used to diagnose you. Without donors like you
these kits may not be available when physicians, hospitals and laboratories
need them to diagnose someone else.
Plasma is very similar to donating
whole blood but you can do it more frequently (2x in a 7-day period) because
you are getting your red blood cells back thru the process. Participants
who qualify will earn $200 per donation and any/all travel related expenses to
get you to/from a donation center are pre-paid by us and you still earn your
compensation. Most donors have temporary relief of symptoms since we are
taking the plasma part of the red blood cells which house the antibodies
lessening the number of antibodies for mono from your system.
To learn more please visit us at
http://www.accessclinical.com or call 800-510-4003 to speak to an agent today.
Basic Qualifications: –
- Must have or have access to your mono test results
- Diagnosis made in the last 7-10 days (or sooner)
- Must be 18-65 years in age and weigh at least 110
pounds or more
- Must be HIV/HCV & HBV Negative
What is Plasma?
Plasma is the largest part of your blood. It makes up more than half (about
55%) of its overall content. When separated from the rest of the blood, plasma
is a light-yellow liquid. Plasma carries water, salts and enzymes.
The main role of plasma is to take nutrients, hormones, and proteins to the
parts of the body that need it. Cells also put their waste products into the
plasma. The plasma then helps remove this waste from the body. Blood plasma
also carries all parts of the blood through your circulatory system.
Plasma is a critical part of the treatment for many serious health problems.
This is why there are blood drives asking people to donate blood plasma.
Along with water, salt, and enzymes, plasma also contains important
components. These include antibodies, clotting factors, and the proteins
albumin and fibrinogen. When you donate blood, healthcare providers can
separate these vital parts from your plasma. These parts can then be
concentrated into various products. These products are then used as treatments
that can help save the lives of people suffering from burns, shock, trauma, and
other medical emergencies.
The proteins and antibodies in plasma are also used in therapies for rare
chronic conditions. These include autoimmune disorders and hemophilia. People
with these conditions can live long and productive lives because of the
treatments. In fact, some health organizations call plasma “the gift of
If you want to donate plasma to help others in need, you will go through a
screening process. This is to make sure your blood is healthy and safe. If you
qualify as a plasma donor, you’ll spend about an hour and a half at a clinic on
every follow-up visit.
During the actual blood donation process, your blood is drawn through a
needle placed in a vein in one arm. A special machine separates the plasma and
often the platelets from your blood sample. This process is called
plasmapheresis. The remaining red blood cells and other blood components are
then returned to your body, along with a little saline (salt) solution.