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  1. 1. Blood donation "Give blood" redirects here. For other uses, see Give bloodisambiguation). Blood donation pictogram
  2. 2.  Historically, donors were segregated or excluded on race, religion, or ethnicity, but this is no longer a standard practice.[
  3. 3.  Autologous donors arenot always screened forrecipient safetyproblems since the donoris the only person whowill receive the blood.
  4. 4. Donor safety
  5. 5.  Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Antibody to Hepatitis C Antibody to HIV, usually subtypes 1 and 2 Serologic test for Syphilis
  6. 6. Obtaining the blood There are two main methods of obtaining blood from a donor. The most frequent is to simply take the blood from a vein as whole blood.
  7. 7.  blood donors in India would donate only 250 or 350 millilitre and donors in the Peoples Republic of Chinawould donate only 200 millilitres,
  8. 8.  The blood is drawn from a large arm vein close to the skin, usually the median cubital vein on the inside of the elbow.

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