The term Plasmapheresis is a combination of ‘plasma’ and ‘apheresis’. Plasma is the pale yellow liquid that forms 55% of human blood, which contains the blood cells, etc. Whereas, ‘apheresis’ means removal.
It’s a kind of filtration to eliminate the unwanted and impure contents of the blood, returning the clean blood to the patient at the same time. Wastes gradually diminishes in volume, while the body still retains the crucial contents of the blood (e.g. red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and other essential elements for the body).
Objective of Lifeblood Purification Blood going through a Plasmapheresis process shall be cleaned and free of toxins and pathological agents (e.g. heavy metals, drugs, chemicals retained in the body) and even contaminative pathological microbes. If the filtration is successful in the removing of harmful components, the body itself shall be strengthened, thus able to cure existing ailments on its own.
Advantages of Life Blood Purification1. Easy, simple, quick and convenient2. Highly efficient and effective3. Effective in managing water, fat, minerals and pH values of the body4. Addresses problems of hormonal disorder5. Addresses hemodynamic stability6. The materials and equipment used are highly safe with less harm to the body 7. Less complicationsThe diseases applicable with Blood Purification