Active Ingredient(s): Plasma Protein Fraction
Category: Blood Volume

Plasmanate Overview

Blood plasma fractionation refers to the general processes of separating the various components of blood plasma, which in turn is a component of blood obtained through blood fractionation. Plasma-derived immunoglobulins are giving a new narrative to healthcare across a wide range of autoimmune inflammatory diseases. This widespread applicability is anticipated to leverage market prospects for plasma fractionation, pegged to witness a noteworthy 7% CAGR.[1] COVID-19 pandemic is...

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Plasma Protein Fraction
  • Injection: 5%
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  • 13533-613 Plasmanate 2.5 g/50ml Intravenous Solution by Grifols USA, LLC

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