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Blood Bank Questions and Answers (Q&A)

The correct answer is option C
A permanent deferral refers to a blood donor for one reason or many others can never be allowed to donate blood for someone.

Example of such refers to someone confirmed positive for hepatitis. A person with a history of jaundice of uncertain cause will not be allowed to donate blood. Jaundice is a sign a liver impairment which can also be a sign of hepatitis infection.

Residence is an endemic malaria region, diabetes and history of therapeutic rabies vaccine can be given other forms of deferral (temporary or indefinite) not necessary a permanent deferral.

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