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The primary test for the opportunity to donate you can go from your phone, computer or tablet.
Muscovites can see how their health meets the medical requirements for donation. For this they need to fill a special form on the website of the Department of health.
“The donor questionnaire created for the convenience of Muscovites. In order not to waste time on a trip to the blood drive, you can phone, computer or tablet to pass the primary test for the opportunity to become a donor. To do this, go to the website of the Department of health to answer a series of questions about their health. The questionnaire also has items on transferred coronavirus infection for those who wish to donate plasma with antibodies to COVID-19”, — said Olga Mayorova, the chief doctor of the blood Center named after O. K. Gavrilov.
In the questionnaire there are questions about temporary or absolute contraindications. Temporary include the removal of a tooth in the last 10 days, pregnancy and lactation, tattoos and piercing, made less than six months ago, and others. Absolute — Oncology, HIV, tuberculosis and other diseases. After filling out the questionnaire you can select a convenient point of delivery of blood read recommendations what to do before and after donation. Before delivery of blood and blood components the doctor carries out the examination and consultation. The final decision on admission to the procedure takes the doctor-transfuziolog. Prerequisite: the donor must be over 18 years of age and weigh more than 50 pounds.
In Moscow to donate blood can be in two units of the blood Center named after O. K. Gavrilov and 12 departments of blood transfusion at multidisciplinary medical organizations.
In addition, recover from coronavirus infection invite donate plasma. Donor plasma can be people aged from 18 to 55 years who do not have chronic diseases. Also the donor must have negative tests for HIV, hepatitis b and hepatitis C. you Need to call the hotline by phone 7 (495) 870-45-16. Call center is open daily from 09:00 to 19:00.
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