B Positive Plasma

B Positive because you care. B Positive because it pays. B Positive today!

B Positive National Blood Services® was established in 2010 with the purpose of collecting high quality plasma and other blood products to
be used in the creation of life-saving therapies. The compensation donors receive from their commitment to the program
are recycled back into the community through such uses as donating to charities or faith-based organizations, supporting neighboring
retail and entertainment establishments, and for funding family activities. This process multiplies the impact of each donor’s contribution!

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Human blood is made up of four main components: red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma. Plasma is the yellow, liquid portion of blood that serves as the carrier for cells and other minor blood components. Though it is made up of mostly water, plasma is needed for its dissolved proteins, clotting factors and various antibodies.

Donating plasma is similar to donating blood. The process of donating plasma, otherwise known as plasmapheresis, takes approximately 30-50 minutes. During the donation process, plasma is separated from other blood components and kept while the red blood cells and other blood components are returned to your body. You can donate blood plasma twice every seven days, but not two days in a row.