Plasma-derivatives are pharmaceuticals manufactured from human plasma.
About Plasma-derivatives
Plasma-derivatives, also known as fractionated plasma products, is a pharmaceutical produced by the processing of human plasma through fractionation, purification, and virus inactivation/ removal. Plasma derivatives include products such as Albumin, Immunoglobulin, Coagulation Factor, Antithrombin III and so on.
About Plasma-derivatives Blood/Plasma Donation Plasma Pooling Fractionation/Purification/Virus Inactivation, Removal Finished Product
Blood/Plasma Donation
Plasma Pooling
Fractionation/Purification/Virus Inactivation, Removal
Finished Product
Plasma is collected through donation, and only plasma units that have passed various tests are used for production.
Plasma units are pooled, and additional tests are conducted to ensure safety.
It is then processed through fractionation, purification, as well as virus removal/inactivation processes to secure the safety of the product.
The finished product is released after the quality of the product is confirmed by final quality control tests.
  • Albumin

    Treatment of shock from excessive bleeding,
    burns liver/kidney disease, and low plasma protein level

  • Plasma Pooling

    Congenital or acquired immunoglobulin deficiency,
    severe infection and treatment of autoimmune disease

  • Fractionation/Purification/Virus Inactivation, Removal

    Coagulation deficiency due to external injury or surgery, treatment of hemophilia

  • Antithrombin III

    Congenital or acquired antithrombin III deficiency