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Where does the blood go after donation?

Most volunteer blood donations in the U.S., following the actual blood collection, are transported to regional blood collection facilities. There they are separated by centrifugation into components, primarily red cells, platelets, fresh frozen plasma, and cryoprecipitate. Donor blood samples are… Full Answer

How much money do you get for donating blood?

Blood from paid donors cannot be used in the United States for transfusion purposes. This is an FDA regulation, studies show that volunteer donors provide a safer blood supply. Plasma is the only component for which donors are sometimes paid… Full Answer

How do you preserve organs?

(Before they are harvested): Donor should have adequte oxygen supply until organs have been harvested, otherwise organs will degrade within the body. Donors who stop breathing and are not attached to a ventilator quickly can still donate their kidneys, so… Full Answer

Who can o positive donate blood to?

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… Full Answer

How much money for 1 pint of blood?

If your asking how much you can be paid for donating blood; Blood from paid donors cannot be used in the United States for transfusion purposes. This is an FDA regulation, studies show that volunteer donors provide a safer blood… Full Answer