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High risk history for AIDS

Permanent

2

Hemophiliacs

Permanent

3

Men who have had sex with another man

Permanent

4

Intravenous drug abusers

Permanent

5

Persons who have engaged in sex for money or drugs

Permanent

6

Have symptoms of viral hepatitis after the age of 11

Permanent

7

Donors who have taken Tegison (treatment of Psoriasis)

Permanent

8

History of babesiosis

Permanent

9

History of Chaga's Disease

Permanent

10

Anti-Hbc (+)

Permanent

11

HBsAg (+)

Permanent

12

An immigrant o refugee coming from an area considered endemic for malaria

3 years

13

Diagnosed with malaria

3 years

14

Hepatitis B immune globulin administration

1 year

15

Therapeutic rabies vaccination

1 year

16

Rape victims

1 year

17

"close contact" or living with patients with viral hepatitis

1 year

18

Tattoo

1 year

19

Sexual contact with a prostitute or other persons in a high-risk group for AIDS

1 year

20

Incarceration in a jail for more than 72 consecutive hours

1 year

21

Travel to areas endemic for malaria

1 year

22

Undergone organ transplant

1 year

23

Sexual contact with HIV patients

1 year

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Sexual contact with IV drug abuser

1 year

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Sexual contact with patients with hemophilia

1 year

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Travel to areas known to be endemic for Leishmaniasis

1 year

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History of syphilis or gonorrhea

1 year

28

Recent blood donation

2 months

29

Woman who received transfusion during her pregnancy

1 year

30

Woman who delivered a baby

6 weeks after delivery

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Donor who took Aspirin/Piroxicam

3 days

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German measles (Rubella)

1 month

33

Chickenpox

1 month

34

German measles vaccination

1 month

35

Accutane drug administration

1 month

36

Administration of Proscar for the treament of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

1 month

37

After vaccination with oral polio

2 weeks

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Measles (rubeola) vaccination

2 weeks

39

Mumps or yellow fever vaccination

2 weeks

40

Whole blood donation after hemapheresis

48 hrs

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Infrequent plasmapheresis

4 weeks

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Double red cell unit apheresis

16 weeks

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Angle in whole blood collection in blood donation

45 degree angle
Reduced to about 10 to 20 degree angle once in the skin

44

How many mL of blood is removed for every pound below 110 lbs for autologous donation

4mL

45

Tests for Autologous Donor

ABO & Rh

46

Refers to blood that is withdrawn before an anticipated transfusion and stored until use

Predeposit autologous donation

47

Occurs when blood is collected during surgical procedure and usually reinfused immediately

Intraoperative autologous donation

48

Takes place in the operating room when 1 to 3 units of whole blood are collected and the patient's volume is replaced by colloid or crystalloid. The blood is reinfused during the surgical procedure.

Immediate preoperative hemodilution

49

Autologous donation in which a drainage is placed in the surgical site and postoperative bleeding is salvaged, cleared, and reinfused.

Postoperative salvage

50

Preferred anticoagulant in blood bank

ACD

(Next is Heparin)

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Method of blood collection in which whole blood is withdrawn, a desired component is separated and the remainder of the tune returned to the donor

Apheresis/Hemapheresis

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Procedure time for apheresis

45-120 mins

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Donor plasma protein required for Plasmapheresis

> or = 6 g/dL

54

Plasmapheresis

Donor wt: 50-80kg

2 x 500mL

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Plasmapheresis

Donor wt: >80kg

2 x 600 mL

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Plateletpheresis

Donor platelet count should be

> 150 000/cumm

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Plateletpheresis interval

2 days

58

Donor's criteria for double rbc pheresis

Weight
Height
Hct

59

Used as a separating agent in Leukapheresis

Hydroxyethyl Starch
(HES)

60

Administered in Leukapheresis before donation to increase the number of circulating granulocyte

Corticosteroids

61

Requires only one venipuncture in which blood is withdrawn and reinfused through the same needle.

Intermittent-flow centrifugation (IFC)