O ; AB
O- ; AB-
O+ ; AB+
O- ; AB+
O+ ; AB-
He/she is above 18 years of age
His/her weight is above 110 pounds (ie 45 kg)
Both a and b
He/she has a history of hepatitis
An ‘Allogeneic’ blood transfusion means that the donor and recipient are the same
An ‘Autologous’ blood transfusion means that the donor and recipient are two different individuals
Donated blood intended for use in an individual other than the blood donor is called a ‘Homologous’ blood transfusion.
No, they can’t.
Yes, they can.
A person currently suffering from cold or flu
A menstruating woman
A pregnant woman
A person whose partner is HIV positive
The scientific term for blood donation.
Fatigue experienced after blood donation
Blood donation where specific components of blood are separated and transfused
Period during which a person is prohibited from donating blood
Yes, if not dependent on insulin injections
Blood pressure medications
Hepatitis B vaccination
Birth control pills
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