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  • Tue 13th Mar 2018 - 11:52am

    The process of collecting blood, testing, processing and storing gender exclusive knee replacement Review  for later use is called blood banking. It is considered as the foundation of emergency and surgical medicine. The safe use and its components depends on greatly careful clinical laboratory practices.

    These blood are collected from donations, although not everyone can donate. The volunteers who are willing to donate their blood must be 17 years of age, in good health, weigh at least 110 pounds and should pass a physical and health history examination prior to donation. The health of donors and recipients alike are also given consideration. Individuals with certain health concerns such as illegal IV drugs users, hemophiliacs, HIV positive, etc are also not permitted to donate. These donations can be performed at community blood centers, hospital-based donor centers or mobile sites in public areas such as colleges and churches. Often, one pint of blood is collected into a special bag from a vein using a sterile needle and the donor's body should have replenished the lost blood in 24 hours.

    Blood has various component which may be donated such as red blood cells, platelets, plasma, Cryoprecipitate antihemophilic factors (AHF), and white blood cells. An apheresis donation involves donating only two units of the red component of blood while an autologous is the donation of the blood with all of its components.

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