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We would like the student & staff of your prestigious institute to volunteer for this noble cause and come forward for this purpose in a big way.
It's not that, people don't want to donate blood. Many, times it's just that they are not aware of a need. As a result, needy people end up going through a lot of pain. If only, there was a platform where donors and recipients could come together.
A donor should :
Be above 18 years and below 55 years of age.
Have a haemoglobin count that is not less than 12.5 g/dl
Weigh not less than 45 kgs
Have normal body temperature at the time of donation
Have normal BP at the time of donation
Should be free of any disease at the time of donation
Only 350 ml of blood is taken at the time of donation
In terms of volume the loss is corrected in 24-48 hours by the body. The red cell count is corrected in about 56 days.
The actual bleeding time is about 5-6 minutes. There will be a medical check up before this and you will be advised some rest ( for 5-10 minutes) and given some refreshment after donation. The whole process takes about 30 minutes.
They are, from the most common to the rarest:
O positive
A positive
O negative
B positive
A negative
B negative
AB positive
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