After Injecting The Rabies Vaccine, When Can I Donate Blood?
When is the time given by a patient who has been injected with rabies vaccine to be able to do blood donation?
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Blood donation is a voluntary activity to give our blood to people who are in need. There are several conditions given by PMI for people who want to donate blood, namely:
Age 17-60 years old Body weight at least 45 kg Normal body temperature Good blood pressure Regular pulse Female hemoglobin at least 12 grams, while for men a minimum of 12.5 grams The number of donations per year is at most 5 times with a distance of at least 3 In addition to the conditions there are also some exceptions, people who can not be drawn blood to donate, such as one who has a disease that can be transmitted to blood recipients, such as hepatitis and HIV. Requirements from PMI, for people who have been injected with rabies vaccine as a treatment, are allowed to donate blood 1 year after injection, in order to reduce the likelihood of transmission of rabies to blood recipients, although until now there has been no research that proves human rabies transmission can occur through blood transfusion .
Also read the article: What are the blood donor requirements
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