Eligibility for Donating Blood

To ensure the safety of blood donation for both donors and recipients, all volunteer blood donor must be evaluated their eligibility for donating blood.

Eligibility for donating blood is as follows:

  • For blood donation your age should be between 18 and 60 years.
  • You should not be suffering from any form of cancer.
  • Blood donation requires a minimum weight of 45kg.
  • Blood Donation requires a minimum haemoglobin count should be 12.5gm.
  • Do not donate blood if you are suffering from any blood clotting disorder, such as haemophilia.
  • The Pulse rate of donor should be between 50 and 100 per minute, without any irregularities.
  • For blood donation Blood pressure should be, diastolic 50 to 100 mm Hg and Systolic 100 to 180 mm Hg.
  • Blood Donor’s Body temperature should be normal and oral temperature should not exceed 37.5 degree Celsius.
  • Blood Donor Should not have undergone any treatment for rabies or received Hepatitis B immune globulin within the past one year.
  • Blood donor Should not have donated blood within last 3 months.
  • Blood Donor Should not have been treated for malaria within last three months.
  • Blood Donor Should not have undergone any immunization within the past one month.
  • Blood donation requires a minimum weight of 45kg.
  • Blood Donor Should not have donated blood within last three months.
  • Body temperature should be normal and oral temperature should not exceed 37.5 degree Celsius.
  • Blood donor should not have undergone any dental work or taken aspirin within last the 72 hours.
  • Blood donor should not have consumed alcohol within the last 9 hours.
  • You do not have any traces of HIV+.
  • You are suffering, or had history of cancer.
  • You are suffering from any blood clotting disorder, such as haemophilia.

 

2018-03-23T12:43:49+00:00