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BB guy 2 donation

BB guy notes on blood donation

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Minimum age for volunteer blood donor 17 or 16 in some states
donation interval for whole blood donation 56 days
donation interval for double red cell collection > 16 weeks for double red cell collections
donation interval for infrequent plasmapheresis > 4 weeks for infrequent plasmapheresis
donation interval for double/triple platelet apheresis > 7 days for double/triple platelet apheresis
This is the HIV information presented to donor 1) Signs/symptoms and risk factors for HIV 2) Statement: Do not to donate if have any risk factors or if just wanting HIV test
Medication list; prevents donations from those taking these 3 categories ofMedications 1) Medications with teratogenic potential 2) Medications with infectious risk 3) Medications that damage platelets
Deferral period for IV drug abuse Permanent/indefinite
Deferral period for History of Babesiosis Permanent/indefinite
Deferral period for Insulin from bovine sources Permanent/indefinite
Deferral period for Dura mater graft Permanent/indefinite
Deferral period for taking etretinate (Tegison) Permanent/indefinite
Deferral period after recovered from malaria 3 year deferral
Deferral period for taking acitretin (Soriatane) 3 year deferral
Deferral period for Immigrants from malaria-endemic countries (after 5 consecutive years of living there) 3 year deferral
Deferral period for needle sticks or other contact with blood One year deferral
Deferral period for Sex contact with person with HIV or hepatitis -Sex contact with person who used needles for drug One year deferral
Deferral period for rape victims One year deferral
Deferral period for incarcerated > 72 consecutive hours One year deferral
Deferral period for paying money/drugs for sex One year deferral
Deferral period for blood transfusion (allogeneic) One year deferral
Deferral period for Allogeneic transplant of organ/skin/bone - One year deferral
Deferral period for Living with person with active hepatitis (exception: Asymptomatic Hepatitis C One year deferral
Deferral period for ) -Receiving Hepatitis B Immune Globulin (HBIG) - One year deferral
Deferral period for Tattoos/piercings (unless by regulated entity) - One year deferral
Deferral period for Travel to malaria-endemic areas for residents of non-endemic countries (>24 hrs, < 5 years) One year deferral
Deferral period for donors diagnosed with syphilis or gonorrhea One year deferral
Deferral period for -Non-prophylactic rabies vaccination One year deferral
Deferral period for “Travel” to Iraq One year deferral
Deferral period for Malignancy Medical director discretion (not mandated); Studies do not show that malignancy can be transmitted via transfusion
Deferral period for Heart and lung disease No specific mandated deferrals; Medical directors determine acceptability (time since diagnosis, presence of limitations on activities, proper medical follow-up)
Deferral period for pregnancy Defer until 6 wks postpartum.
Deferral period for Non-routine dental work Defer for 72 hours.
Deferral period for vCJD risk permanent
Deferral period for killed, toxoid, or recombinant/synthetic vaccines none
Deferral period for varicella vaccine these vaccines are Four Week deferrals: Rubella Varicella
Deferral period for Measles vaccine these vaccines are Two Week deferrals: Measles Mumps Oral polio Yellow fever Oral typhoid
Deferral period for Unlicensed vaccines these vaccines are 12 Month deferrals: Unlicensed vaccines
Deferral period for smallpox vaccine Deferrals based on presence/ absence of vaccine scab and post-vaccination symptoms; No symptoms: defer until scab falls off or 21 days, whichever is longer; With symptoms: defer until 14 days after symptoms resolve
List drugs with a 30 day deferral Isotretinoin (Accutane, Absorica, Amnesteem, Claravis, Sotret): Finasteride (Proscar, Propecia)
Deferral period for Avodart (dutasteride) 6 months for Dutasteride (Avodart, Jalyn):
Deferral period for aspirin Aspirin/aspirin like meds for platelets (48 hours)
Most common donor reaction Vasovagal reactions; (2.5% of healthy donors) 1) Most common in young, first-time female donors 2) Can be seen in any donor, though 3) Can happen before, during, or after donation
Most common donor reaction during apheresis procedure hypocalcemia: Citrate anticoagulant binds free calcium. symptoms: Perioral tingling, Tetany and arrhythmias uncommon. Treatment: Slow rate of infusion, give oral calcium (tums)
Infectious disease testing requirements for autologous blood units Infectious disease screening not required unless units are to be shipped to another facility; If not tested, label units “NOT TESTED”; Only first donation in a 30-day period MUST be tested; after that may be labeled “DONOR TESTED WITHIN THE LAST 30 DAYS”
Minimum hemoglobin/hematocrit for autologous blood donation 11g/dl / 33%
Created by: jfshikle