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  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112508132

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: Medical technicians at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112507608

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: Medical technicians at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112700308

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112700442

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112507628

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: Blood Plasma bags from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112700450

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112507111

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: Blood Plasma bags from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112507220

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112700413

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112508139

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112507407

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112507558

  • 2020年11月15日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: A medical technician at work processing blood plasma from COVID-19 convalescents at Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112508072

  • 2020年11月16日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: Piotr Kalbarczyk, a COVID-19 convalescent donating blood by a plasmapheresis method at a Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112700319

  • 2020年11月16日
    Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center in Krakow, Poland - 16 Nov 2020

    November 15, 2020, KrakóW, Poland: Piotr Kalbarczyk, a COVID-19 convalescent donating blood by a plasmapheresis method at a Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center (Regionalne Centrum Krwiodawstwa i Krwiolecznictwa) in Krakow..The Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center collects blood plasma using a method called plasmapheresis, during which plasma is isolated from the blood, while the rest of the blood elements are transferred back to the donor. The convalescent can also donate blood by a traditional method, after which plasma is separated from blood in a series of laboratory procedures. The Cracow Regional Blood Donation and Transfusion Center appeals to all COVID-19 convalescents to donate blood plasma, as its antibodies can help with treating COVID-19 patients with the most serious and life-threatening symptoms. (Credit Image: © Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Vito Corleone/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112508060

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