• Blood donors guide

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    Who can donate blood?

    Blood donors can be all healthy adult individuals, age 18 to 65, eligible for blood donaiton according to the physical check up findings and blood count (haemoglobin level) examination, stipulating that neither they nor the blood recipients will be harmed with donated, i.e. received blood.  ... Погледајте даље »  

    Counter indications for blood donation

    Blood donor selection is made in accordance with standardized, exclusively medical criteria for temporary or permanent donor deferral due to the inadequacy for blood donation, because blood donation might endager potential donor or recipient of donated blood.  Selection of donors must not be ... Погледајте даље »  

    Advice on behaviour before and after blood donaiton

    Before blood donation Special preparations for blood donaitons are not necessary, as well as no special regime after blood donation, however, in order to feel better in the course of blood donaiton, especially during the first blood donation, certain pieces of advice could be useful.  ... Погледајте даље »  

    Information about blood donation procedure

    The whole process from the arrival of the donor to the point when the donor leaves the service lasts around 30 minutes, and it consists of the following: filling blood donors questionnaire, registration, haemoglobin level determination, medical check up by a physician, blood donation from the ... Погледајте даље »  

    Why is haemoglobin level determined before blood donation?

      You are at :  / Home/  Voluntary blood donor /   Blood donor guide   /  Why is haemoglobin level determined before blood donation? Haemoglobinis the red bloodpigmentwhich carries oxigen through the body. It is located in red blood ... Погледајте даље »  

    How is blood prepared for use?

    Collectedbloodisprocessedbycentrifugationprocedureintheclosedbloodbagsuystem, inordertobeseparatedintobloodcomponents(plasma, erythrocytes, platelets, leukocytes), followed by decanting procedure for the separation of each blood component. Separated blood component, after mandatory testing, are ... Погледајте даље »  

    Where does my blood go?

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    What are the diseases that can be transmitted through blood?

    Although a person who donates blood looks healthy and feels well, he/she can be infected with some microorganism (virus, bacteria, parasite). Disease is not always visible, i.e. associated with symptomes and signs. Thus, transfusion of blood taken from a seemingly healthy person can transmit ... Погледајте даље »  

    Other frequently asqued questions

    Habit in terms of addictioin does not occcur. Feeling of satisfaction because of belonging end being useful to the society is the cornerstone of creating population of regular voluntary blood donors.   Blood transfusion set is sterile and disposable.   Needle puncture is felt ... Погледајте даље »