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Blood Donation

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Blood donation is often referred to giving the gift of life. When a person donates blood, it usually goes into a special blood bank to be used by surgery patients, accident victims, children with leukemia, and many other people. Blood banks are sometimes depleted during times such as natural disasters, and are often looking for volunteers to help keep them full.
he could have had a disease that did not allow him to
In the US you can contact the American Red Cross.  Bring your driver's license or two other forms of identification with you to your donation. You may also want to bring a list of any medications you are taking. Blood Donors Must: Be at least 17 years old in most states, or 16 years old with...
Red cells are seperated from a blood donation for their use in hemophillic patients
18 years of age. Also you need to have appropriate levels of haemoglobin in bloodand weight.
many people donate blood by blood grouping test and crass matching
If your new two it like you got it a day ago then yes but after that it will get in your blodd stream so no
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Yes, O- is the universal donor. A person with O- can donate to all blood types.
anyone you have to go to the place where your gonna donate blood and then they'll tell you if your qualified you might have to bring some papers abouot your health because they dont want tainted blood
yes MRSA infection person can donate blood.
FDA guidelines require all blood collection facilities to notify a donor of any unexpected testing results with eight weeks. However, most will contact the donor within 2-4 weeks, usually by USPS 1st. Class mail.
Yes. A healthy woman can donate blood at any point in her menstrual cycle.
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at gaps of a minimum of 3 months
None. Donating blood is just a simple procedure where a sterile needle is inserted in your arm and your blood will either be transfused into another person or be stored in a blood bag then deliver it in a hospital. This procedure has nothing to do with your vision. Or, are you trying to say you'll...
A person has to wait atleast 24 hours after donating blood. I am saying this out of my own experience; I had a beer after i donated blood , and it was i believe 4 hours after the bood donation. I wasn't able to see any thing, it will weeken your eye sight. The worst part is that it will raise your...
Does donating blood get rid of cholesterol? I'm Bob Hirshon and this is Science Update.People who give blood generally do so out of a desire to help their fellow human beings. But listener John Davis of Redmond, Washington, wonders if a blood donor can get even more out of giving the gift of life....
Normally, yes. Otherwise 80% of the US adult population would be barred from blood donation.YES. Herpes isn't a blood born infection, it's not passed through blood so you can donate blood if you want to.
Current FDA guidelines allow a maximum of 10.5 ml/kilogram body weight of whole blood to be collected every eight weeks. The majority of blood collection facilities use 500 ml whole blood bags, with an additional 50 ml (10%) allowed to be drawn for mandated screening tests. This volume equates with...
You can legally donate blood at age 16 with a parents consent.. Several states, including California, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Oregon, Washington and Puerto Rico already allow 16-year-olds to donate blood.. Persons under the age of 17 may,...
Blood type O- can only receive blood from others with blood type O-.
hepatitis b c ,AIDS ,immune system diseases'
1000 ml in a time can be donate blood .
No, because this can put the recipient at great risk for gettinghepatitis.
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no not any weakness by blood donation just Psycology symptoms shoon
President Roosevelt WWII allowed blacks to donate.... But "jim  Crowe laws only allowed the donated blood to be given to blacks...  is that possible?
First, you must define what you consider to be "blood".   Whole blood is rarely used in modern transfusion medicine. Instead,  whole blood is separated into components, primarily red cells,  platelets, fresh frozen plasma and cryoprecipitate.    Type O, Rh positive whole blood may be...
It depends on the organization. Mostly, it's fine to donate blood if you are 17 and have a parent permission slip signed.
blood grouping,hepatitis B, C . CBC ,AIDS test
Yes. As long as all other donor eligibility requirements are met.
tonsillectomy person should not donate bloo
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The British Royal Family have been known to donate blood. There is no ban on them donating blood, and in the past, Princes Charles, Andrew and William have donated blood publicly during visits to hospitals and transfusion centres. Those who have served in the armed forces (Charles, Andrew, William...
Yes. There is no deferral for potential donors taking statins for elevated lipids or total cholesterol.
Because you need to be 18 or above to donate blood .Also you need to be healthy with no illnesses.
The donated blood is sent to hospitals and other facilities that perform legal blood transfusions.
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Yes. Even if a large load of triglycerides were given in blood, it would not result in pathology, due to the fact that diseases that are related to high fats occur over the course of years.
4 Months... Some blood donor groups recommend a year.
"Donate Blood, save a precious life"
No...you should not donate blood if you are tachycardic. Most blood banks will not allow you to donate blood if you heart rate is over 100. Some people with SVT can have a seizure if they donate blood. This is a question you need to have answered by your cardiologist.
No, you need to be well and healthy.
AB, Rh negative recipients may be transfused AB, Rh negative whole blood (rarely used in modern transfusion medicine), any ABO, Rh negative red cells, any ABO, Rh negative platelets (with volume reduction of residual incompatible plasma if the requesting physician is concerned) and only AB fresh...
it is on the 14th of April
they can but the person with AB blood really needs AB blood
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Potential volunteer blood donors with a history of genital herpes are eligible to donate once active lesions, i.e., blisters, have crusted over and there is no associated bacterial skin infection.
Someone can donate islet cells through his donor pancreas. The  islets are infused into the liver of the patient. Islet cell  transplantation is an experimental treatment for type 1 diabetes  mellitus.
In Australia. min 16 yrs.
For assistance. Once you pass the series of physical exams, a nurse takes you on a donation booth, helping you to relax and insert the needle in your arm.
in blood banks and blood relation campaigns
because it have both atibodies a and b so cannot be donated to blood group a,b,o
A whole blood donation can be separated in four components: Plasma (Shelf life: 1 year) RBCs (Shelf life: 42 days)Platelets (Shelf life: 1 week)Cryoprecipitate (Shelf life: 1 year) (Kept at corresponding low temperatures)
Provided the other bloodgroups match (e.g. rhesus antigen) then yes, of course.
Each blood type has it's identifying proteins, and will reject blood with the wrong proteins. Type A blood is anti-B, type B blood is anti-A, type O blood has both, and type AB blood has neither. Imagine if someone with AB blood tried to donate to someone with A. AB blood has identifying proteins A...
Each blood type has it's identifying proteins, and will reject blood with the wrong proteins. Type A blood is anti-B, type B blood is anti-A, type O blood has both, and type AB blood has neither. Imagine if someone with AB blood tried to donate to someone with A. AB blood has identifying proteins A...
sadist (Pain, which can be associated with blood)   Sanguinarian  haematolagniac   phlebophile
They will check for HIV, HBV, and syphilis.
Physically speaking, as you are actually donating the blood... about 50 cal. you are just sitting there, so no exertion. But the actual loss of one pint of blood followed by the body working overtime to replace the blood cells equals about 600-650 calories! So you burn about 650 cals donating...
You probably have a deviated spetum bleed often caused my using massive amounts of Cocaine. Whoever wrote the above answer obviously isn't a doctor because I have never used Cocaine a day in my life and I sneezed a small amount of blood this morning.
Yes Psoriasis patients can donate blood but it depends upon the medication they are taken.Consult you doctor before donating the blood.
  no, you cannot.   also if you have visited a malaria endemic country within the past six months you cannot.
I don't think you're supposed to when you're on antibiotics...other that that, I think you're safe. They'll let you know before you donate.
  No. The blood centers will not allow you to donate if you are pregnant.
When you donate blood the blood taker removes blood from your body through a needle and either a tube or IV and blood bag. After having the blood drawn you may feel dizzy or nauseous from the lack that is causing oxygen to not be transferred at it's regular rate. After the blood is taken your bone...
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Blood Donation hamara kaam hai khun chusna hamara kaam haikhun hamara naam hai pehachano hum kaun hai
Blood type O is a universal donor.
the legal age for donating blood is to be above 17.
Replacement blood donations are usually requested by blood collection facilities following the use of blood components by a patient. This will help assure adequate blood components are available to the community when needed.
Yes. When you donate blood, you save lives. Each pint of blood saves three or four lives diagnosed with blood disorders such as hematoma.
In USA you can't donate blood until you are 17. check the blood donation rules in your country :).
can you donate blood if you have had knee replacement
The minimum time advised between two donations is 3 months. This gap helps blood regain the normal haemoglobin count.
Only 350 ml of blood is taken at the time of donation. An average person has 5-6 litres of blood in the body.
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No. You can donate blood and plasma though.
There is a BMP in a blood test but no MP. BMP stands for basic  metabolic panel. It is used to show how your body's metabolism is  working.
1) Allogeneic Blood Donation - A qualified blood donor donates blood for unknown recipient. The donation process in which a donor directly donates blood to a family member, relative or friend is called Directed Blood Donation. 2) Autologous Blood Donation - A person's blood is temporary preserved...
You are supposed to wait 8 weeks.
People donate blood to others who lose a lot of their blood so they can get more.When you lose too much blood,you get loopy,sick,a bad headache.And if you stay like that for too long,you can die.You need blood to keep yourself alive.
O positive and O negative both can donate to O positive patients
Remember the date, it's June 14, 2011. Everyone is encouraged to donate blood.
Blood group O is the universal donor, ie it can be donated to people with type A, B or AB (and O of course) blood with minimal agglutination (except if the rhesus factor is not compatible with the recipient's). This is due to the absence of antigen A and B on the red blood cells of people with blood...
No, you should wait at least 24 to 48 hours from your last drink.    And you should wait 12 months after a tattoo, unless you received  it in a state-licensed tattoo facility (using sterile needles, not  reusing ink).
You can donate plasma at ADMA BioCenters located at 6290 Jimmy  Carter Blvd., Suite 208., Norcross, GA 30071. The center just  opened and they are paying $25 on the first donation and $40 on the  second donation. The staff is very good. Be sure to take your  picture ID and proof of residence...
Yes Your body regenerates new blood cells very quickly, yet some quickly die. If the body did not regenerate new blood cells you would run out of blood, and then yourself die.
Not if you're unwell or pregnant or under sixteen.