An oxygen concentrator takes in air and separates the oxygen and delivers it into a person via a nasal cannula. Air is 79% nitrogen and 21% oxygen and a concentrator that works by plugging into a source of electricity delivers air that is upto 95% oxygen.
The plasma contains antibodies that can help a patient fight the pathogen and recover from the COVID-19 disease. Plasma therapy is predominantly known as ‘convalescent plasma therapy’ is a process to treat a coronavirus patient. Plasma, which is the yellowish liquid part of the blood, is extracted from a person who has recovered from the infection and injected into a patient who is suffering from that disease.