Is It Okay To Donate Blood In Patients With A History Of Hydrocephalus?
I want a consultation. If people who have a history of hydrocepalus but have been treated with surgery are still allowed to donate blood, are there any negative effects if they continue to donate blood?
In patients with a history of hydrocephalus, and this condition can be treated so that it does not cause complaints or complications at this time, then you can still give your blood for blood donation social activities.
However, you will still go through the screening process that PMI does for the donor blood you provide. PMI will conduct a blood donor examination for the risk of infection contamination and blood disorders in potential blood donors.
In addition, you will also undergo a physical examination conducted by PMI, so that PMI can confirm your health status. By ensuring eligibility, it is hoped that blood donors will not experience any side effects from this activity.
So that if you have a history of hydrocephalus without seizures, in general you can do blood donations through prescribed procedures.
That is the information we can convey, also read the requirements for blood donations.