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 Let us look at the latest on the coronavirus outbreak. A few days ago, a hospital in Houston in the United States of America practice something called Convalescent Plasma Therapy. What does that mean? There was a patient who tested positive for COVID19. But over some time, this patient also recovered. Ultimately what happened plasma from this patient he was extracted, how when this patient A was infected by a virus, which causes this disease COVID19 and when this patient also recovered, which means that this patient has developed antibodies, because of which this virus is not in a position to attack this individual again. Now, if these antibodies are then transferred to another critically ill patient. This may save the life of this patient as well. This is what we call Convalescent Plasma Therapy.

 Where the plasma from one individual is transferred to another individual. But this is something which has not happened for the first time. During the time of the Spanish flu way back in 1918. The United States of America practice this. Hong Kong, for example, practices this during SARS, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. India has not practiced this, that is why permission is required clinical approval is required and then and then Convalescent Plasma Therapy can be used in India, World Health Organization in 2014 released guidelines for plasma extraction which means that if the plasma is to be extracted from a donor, what are the guidelines that you will have to follow these guidelines in 2014 were issued by the World Health Organization guidelines. Number one, the permission of the donor is necessary. without permission, you cannot practice plasma extraction. Number two, let's say, for example, A is the donor from which plasma is to be extracted. Now, if you want to extract plasma again for another time from the same donor, if this donor is a man, you will have to wait for 12 weeks. If the donor is a woman, you will have to wait for 16 weeks to make it simpler. Plasma extraction guidelines were issued in 2014 permission of the donor is necessary. If this donor he has donated the plasma and you want to extract the plasma again from the same donor, if the donor is a man, you will have to wait 12 weeks after the first donation and if the donor is a woman, then if the plasma needs to be collected again from the same woman donor, it must be done after 16 weeks of the first donation.

Let's look at something else. When a new virus outbreak happens, there are three predictable scenarios through which the spread of this virus can be contained. Number one is blocked the t source. Let's say, for example, we have to prevent the spread of the f Coronavirus in India. What is the solution for that all those who are coming from abroad, they are to be identified they are to be tested, and then we have to isolate them as well so that these individuals coming from abroad will not be in a position to infect the local population?

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