Linkin - Blood and Plasma Recipient
What’s the plasma donation process? How often can I donate plasma? Find these answers and everything you need to know about volunteering to donate plasma below.
What is plasma?
Plasma is the liquid part of blood that carries proteins, hormones and other nutrients throughout the body.
A healthy supply of plasma in the body ...
- Helps maintain a healthy blood pressure
- Promotes clotting when you get a cut
Nearly 10,000 units of plasma are needed daily in the U.S. - and nearly 4 million a year!
There is no substitute for plasma. It is precious. It is perishable. And the need for it is vital.
Help save lives in your community. Become a volunteer plasma donor today!
Donate in Wisconsin
Every day, patients in your community need blood transfusions to survive and thrive. They rely on the generosity of donors like you, who help ensure a safe, healthy blood supply. Make an appointment to donate blood today.