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COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma

Deaconess is seeking people who have recovered or are currently recovering from COVID-19, Coronavirus, and are willing to donate blood to help patients currently sick with severe or immediately life-threatening COVID-19 infection.

A person who has recovered from COVID-19 has antibodies in their blood plasma that may help fight the COVID-19 virus.  This plasma is known as convalescent plasma, and it may be given to someone to help them fight their severe or life-threatening COVID-19 virus infection.

The use of convalescent plasma has been around for more 100 years.  More recently, convalescent plasma had positive results when used for severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), and H1N1 Influenza.

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Anyone who has recovered from COVID-19 and is interested in donating blood plasma can contact the COVID-19 Donor Line at Deaconess at 812-426-9339 or complete the form below.

If you have received the COVID-19 Vaccine, a Bam Infusion or CP while in the hospital you are not eligible to donate blood plasma.

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Was your COVID-19 diagnosis confirmed by a lab test?:
Do you currently have symptoms:
Have you had a follow up test that was negative for COVID-19 or shows you no longer have COVID-19:
Do you agree with having your information shared with a blood collection facility, such as the Red Cross:
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