blood bank donation requirements

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  1. Viral hepatitis after 11th birthday deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  2. High-risk behavior for AIDS (IVDA, male-male sex) deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  3. Serologic positive for HBc, HCV, HIV, HTLV deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  4. Transfusion of clotting factor concentrates deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  5. Leukemia or Lymphoma deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  6. History of Babesiosis or Chagas’ Disease deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  7. Tegison© use deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  8. Receiving money or drugs for sex deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  9. Male-male sex contact since 1977 deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  10. IV drug use deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  11. Growth hormone from human sources (pre-1985) deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  12. Insulin from bovine sources deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  13. Dura mater graft deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  14. Recovered from malaria deferral?
    3 yr deferral
  15. Immigrants from malaria-endemic areas
    (after 5 consecutive years of living there) deferral?
    3 yr deferral
  16. Taking Soriatane© deferral?
    3 yr deferral
  17. Needle sticks or other contact with blood deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  18. Sex contact with person with HIV or hepatitis deferral?
    1 year deferral
  19. Sex contact with person who used needles for drugs deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  20. Tattoos (unless by regulated entity) deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  21. Blood transfusion (Allogeneic) deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  22. Allogeneic transplant of organ/skin/bone deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  23. Travel to malaria-endemic areas deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  24. Receiving HBIG deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  25. Rape victims deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  26. Incarcerated > 72 consecutive hours deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  27. Paying money/drugs for sex deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  28. Syphilis or gonorrhea deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  29. Non-prophylactic rabies vaccination deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  30. Living with person with active hepatitis deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  31. “Travel” to Iraq deferral?
    1 yr deferral
  32. Pregnant women deferral?
    6 weeks postpartum
  33. non-routine dental work deferral?
    72 hours
  34. Living and traveling to Cameroon, C.A.R., Chad, Congo,
    Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Niger, Nigeria)
    since 1977 deferral?
    May lead to permanent deferral, HIV type O
  35. Spent more than 3 months cumulative in the
    UK, 1980 to 1996 deferral?
    Permanent
  36. Lived in France for over 5 years, 1980 to
    now deferral?
    Permanent
  37. Were transfused in the UK, 1980 to now deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  38. Lived in Europe for over 5 years cumulative
    between 1980 and now deferral?
    Permanent
  39. Have family history of CJD or vCJD deferral?
    Permanent deferral
  40. Were military members/dependents:
    i. Stationed at Northern Europe bases
    (Germany, UK, Belgium, Netherlands)
    for 6 months from 1980 to 1990
    ii. Stationed at other Europe bases (Greece,
    Turkey, Spain, Portugal, Italy) for 6
    months from 1980 to 1996
    Permanent
  41. 4 week immunization deferrals
    Rubella and varicella
  42. 2 week immunization deferrals
    Measles, Mumps, Oral Polio, Yellow Fever, Oral typhoid
  43. No deferral for immunizations
    • Influenza
    • DPT
    • Anthrax
    • Pneumococcus
    • Lyme Disease
    • Cholera
    • Polio (injection)
    • Typhoid (injection)
    • Hepatitis A and B
  44. Isotretinoin (Accutaine©) deferral?
    30 day deferral
  45. Finasteride (Proscar©, Propecia©) deferral?
    30 day deferral
  46. Dutasteride (Avodart) deferral?
    6 month deferral
  47. West Nile Virus deferral?
    • 28 days from symptom onset or 14 days
    • after symptoms resolved (whichever is
    • later)
  48. Allogeneic donor screening physical requirements
    • Weight: > or = 110 lbs (50 Kg)
    • Temperature: < or = 99.5o F (37.5 C)
    • Pulse: 50-100 bpm (unless athlete)
    • Blood Pressure: < or = 180/100
    • Hemoglobin or Hematocrit: > or = 12.5 g/dl or 38%
  49. Autologous donor physical requirements
    • HGB/HCT: > or = 11 g/dl or 33%
    • Weight: None
    • Age: None I
    • Infectious disease screening: Not required unless shipped
    • History of disease or positive test: May be accepted
  50. Donation interval 72 hours
  51. Maximum blood donation allowed?
    10.5 ml/kg
  52. Amount whole blood drawn during donation?
    450 ml +/- 45 ml (10%)
  53. Normovolemic "isovolemic" hemodilution shelf life
    • 8 hours room temp
    • 24 hours refrigerated
  54. Intraoperative cell saver shelf life for blood
    • 4 hours room temp
    • 24 hours refrigerated
  55. How long should blood bank specimen be held prior to transfusion?
    3 days
  56. How long should blood bank specimen be held following transfusion?
    7 days

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