Plasma Products

Your plasma donations save lives. We appreciate all of our Biotest Plasma Superhero donors!

Your Donation Counts!

It takes more than

Plasma donations to treat one patient for hemophilia

Plasma donations to treat one patient with a primary immune deficiency

Plasma donations to treat one Apha-1 patient

How is My Plasma Used?

  • Albumin

    Treats burn, trauma and surgery patients. Albumin solutions, prepared from plasma, are used to expand plasma volume in cases of shock, post-burn therapy, and correction of protein loss that may follow major surgery, or trauma.

  • Clotting Factors

    Persons with Hemophilia as well as others with blood clotting disorders are largely dependent on concentrates prepared from plasma. Antihemophilic Factors VIII and IX and Prothrombin Complexes are used in the treatment of Hemophilia A, Hemophilia B and von Willebrands disease as well as inhibitors.

  • Tetanus Immune Globulins

    Used to provide protection to an individual who has been exposed to Tetanus. This organism is found in soil and feces and can be potentially fatal to the exposed person.

  • Rabies Immune Globulin

    Used to provide passive protection to individuals who have been exposed to rabies, an acute viral disease that attacks the brain via the body’s central nervous system.  This disease is carried in the saliva of animals such as bats, skunks, raccoons, cats and dogs, and is most commonly transmitted through a bite by an infected animal. Unless treated, rabies is in most cases fatal.

  • VZV Immune Globulin

    Used to provide protection and treatment to immuno-compromised individuals (newborns, dialysis patients, and organ transplant patients) who have been exposed to the Varicella Zoster Virus. This virus is found in individuals who have diseases such as Chicken Pox or shingles.

  • CMV Immune Globulin

    Used to provide protection to individuals who have been exposed to the Cytomegalovirus. This virus is most commonly transmitted through human contact but can also be transmitted through transfusions and pregnancy. A CMV infection can cause serious complications in immunocompromised patients, but is usually nonsymptomatic in healthy individuals.

  • Immune Globulin IV

    Used for the treatment of patients with congenital (primary) or acquired antibody deficiencies, as well as for patients with autoimmune diseases.

  • Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Protein

    Used for the treatment of patients with emphysema.