Memo to the donor

A donor can be any capable citizen over 18 years of age who has undergone an appropriate medical examination and who does not have contraindications determined by the Ministry of Health.

Reception of donors is carried out on the basis of a document proving his identity and place of registration.

In accordance with the Law on the Donation of Blood and Its Components, donors on the day of donation of blood or its components are exempted from work in an enterprise, institution, organization, regardless of the form of ownership, while retaining its average earnings. Donors from among students of higher educational institutions on these days are exempted from classes. After each day of donating blood, including in the case of donating blood on weekends, holidays and non-working days, the donor is provided with an additional day of rest, keeping his average earnings. At the request of the employee, this day can be attached to the annual leave or used at another time during the year after the day of blood donation.

On the day of donating blood, the donor is provided with free breakfast and lunch. If it is impossible to provide such nutrition to the donor, the cash value of the corresponding sets of meals is refunded. The cost of sets of products for food installed KSCA.

Before giving blood or its components, the donor must follow certain rules:

  • have good health and well-being
  • have a good rest, sleep;
  • donor nutritional regime has some peculiarities: on the eve of blood donation, fatty foods (butter, lard, fatty meat and fish, milk, sour cream, eggs, ice cream) should be excluded from the diet. These days you can eat lean boiled meat and fish, cereals, potatoes, boiled and raw vegetables and fruits, juices, stewed fruit, rye but not rich bread;
  • On the day of delivery you need to eat a light breakfast: tea or juice, biscuits, white bread.
  • 48 hours before blood donation, refuse alcoholic beverages;
  • for 72 hours not to use medication.

Before donating blood from a donor, a survey is conducted, the hemoglobin content, the ABO blood type, pre-test counseling and examination by a general practitioner are determined.

Further examination of donated blood is carried out according to the following indicators – blood type and Rh affiliation, determination of anti-erythrocyte antibodies, HIV 1/2 markers, hepatitis C markers, hepatitis B markers, syphilis markers, alanine aminotransferase (ALT) activity.

The maximum allowable dose of harvested blood is 450 ml., Excluding blood taken for tests (up to 40 ml.).

If there are absolute or temporary contraindications, any violations in the state of health, suspected contact with an infectious disease, the donor is not allowed to donate.