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Snapdeal launches ‘Sanjeevani’ to connect patients with potential plasma donors nationwide – Express Healthcare

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An algorithm based on location, blood group, etc, will identify a match between donors and patients

Snapdeal has launched an initiative to connect COVID-19 patients with potential plasma donors. Using its wide reach in India across smaller towns and cities, Snapdeal has created an easy-to-use platform called ‘Sanjeevani’ accessible via website and mobile app.

Patients and donors can register themselves with their mobile numbers/email ids and provide relevant information like blood group, location, age and donor recovery date. After registering, Snapdeal’s algorithm will look for relevant matches and connect patients with potential donors.

Sanjeevani will also help raise awareness on the importance of plasma donation and encourage recovered COVID-19 patients to donate.

To register, one can visit

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