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Would you like to help in this pandemic? Donate plasma !: Sedena


The call is for people who have suffered from the disease caused by the SARS-COV-2 coronavirus, and who present a positive PCR “Rapid Covid Test”.

MEXICO CITY.

Through its social networks, the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) started a campaign to summon donors of plasma to use it in treating patients with Covid-19.

The call is for people who have suffered from the disease caused by the SARS-COV-2 coronavirus, and who present a positive PCR “Rapid Covid Test”.

Those interested in answering the call should go to access “J” of the Central Military Hospital, in the Lomas de Sotelo neighborhood, where reports will be given starting at 11 am, Monday through Friday.

Appointments can be scheduled through the phones 5521221100, extension 1768, or through the WhatsApp number 5525582338.

“Would you like to help in this pandemic? Donate plasma to save lives from Covid-19! ”, Is the call that is made in the announcement of the Sedena.

The requirements, in addition to the clinical test, is that the donor must not present symptoms of the disease, at least 14 days before taking the plasma.

You must present an official photo identification, be between 18 and 65 years old, weighing more than 50 kilograms and a height greater than 1.5 meters.

In the case of women, it is detailed in the call, they should not have a history of pregnancies in their life.

Those interested must present themselves with a fast of at least 6 hours, without wakefulness conditions and have not had tattoos in the last 12 months.

The donor must also not present symptoms or suffer from any other disease or infection, in addition to not taking oral medication or anticoagulants.

The Central Military Hospital is one of the medical institutions that is participating in a research project to treat patients undergoing treatment with plasma from patients recovered from Covid-19.

The research has the authorization of the Federal Commission for the Protection Against Sanitary Risks (Cofepris), and other institutions are participating such as the Mexican Institute of Social Security, the National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition Salvador Ziburán and the Secretary of the Navy-Navy from Mexico, among others.

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