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Blood Donation Eligibility Guidelines
American Red Cross Blood Services—Northeast Division, Dedham, MA; Farmington, CT and Burlington, VT. Age: 17 and over Weight: at least 110 pounds Last donation: 56 days (8 weeks) ago for whole blood; 3 days ago for Platelet Pheresis; 112 days ago for double red cells. If you are in good general health and feel well the day of the blood drive, you may be eligible to donate. Refer to the list below outlining some specific medical conditions. For other questions regarding donor eligibility, call the American Red Cross at 1-(800) 462-9400 and ask for the nurse of the day at
extension 2210.
Heart attack -- after 6 months if normal activities have been High blood pressure - no higher than 180/100 the day of the Asthma - no difficulty breathing and no restrictions in normal daily activities at the time of donation. Household contact/exposure to hepatitis more than 12 Blood transfusion in the United Kingdom (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Gibraltar, Falkland Islands, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) since 1980 to present. Blood transfusion within the last 12 months (excludes transfusions in the United Kingdom and certain African Malaria -- Moved to the US within the last 3 years after living Body part piercing with unsterile needles within 12 months in a country with malaria for at least 5 years Malaria -- Travel to an area with malaria within the last 12 Cancer– non-melanoma skin cancer or in situ cancer if excised and healed (usually basal and squamous cell Mononucleosis - exposed but feel well, with no symptoms, or Cancer –others (such as breast, brain, lung, prostate, liver and colon cancers) –5 years after diagnosis or last surgery, Mononucleosis with liver involvement (hepatitis or yellow last chemotherapy or last radiotherapy (if treatment was Creutzfeldt - Jakob disease: Have a blood relative of a Piercing of an ear or other body part with an unsterile needle Creutzfeldt - Jakob disease patient. A blood relative is mother, father, sibling, aunt, uncle or children. Cystic Fibrosis – if no breathing difficulty at time of donation and no limitations or restrictions in normal daily activities. Sex -- For men and women: Received money or drugs for Ear piercing with unsterile needles within 12 months Sex -- For men and women: Within the last 12 months had Epilepsy or seizures (no episodes in the last 3 months) sex with a prostitute or anyone else who takes money or Exposure to common cold, flu or strep, feel well and are free Sex -- For men: Had sex even once with another man since Sex -- For women: Within the last 12 months had a male sex partner who had sex with another man, even once, since Blood Donation Eligibility Guidelines
American Red Cross Blood Services—Northeast Division, Dedham, MA; Farmington, CT and Burlington, VT. Age: 17 and over Weight: at least 110 pounds Last donation: 56 days (8 weeks) ago for whole blood; 3 days ago for Platelet Pheresis; 112 days ago for double red cells. If you are in good general health and feel well the day of the blood drive, you may be eligible to donate. Refer to the list below outlining some specific medical conditions. For other questions regarding donor eligibility, call the American Red Cross at 1-(800) 462-9400 and ask for the nurse of the day at
extension 2210.
Stroke -- if symptom free and no restrictions on physical Tattoo within the last 12 months with clean needles in a licensed establishment in CT, ME, RI, or VT. Tattoos done in MA, NH and NY require a 12 month wait period before Tattoo within the last 12 months with unclean needles Tooth extraction / Oral Surgery— more than 3 days ago Travel / Residence (certain African countries) : Lived in, or were born in, Cameroon, Central African Republic,
Chad, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Niger or
Nigeria
since 1977; or, since 1977, received a blood
transfusion or medical treatment with a blood product in any of these countries; or, had sex with anyone who, since 1977, was born in or lived in these countries. Blood Donation Eligibility Guidelines
American Red Cross Blood Services—Northeast Division, Dedham, MA; Farmington, CT and Burlington, VT. Age: 17 and over Weight: at least 110 pounds Last donation: 56 days (8 weeks) ago for whole blood; 3 days ago for Platelet Pheresis; 112 days ago for double red cells. If you are in good general health and feel well the day of the blood drive, you may be eligible to donate. Refer to the list below outlining some specific medical conditions. For other questions regarding donor eligibility, call the American Red Cross at 1-(800) 462-9400 and ask for the nurse of the day at
extension 2210.
Medications for the treatment of arthritis, diabetes, migraine, Travel / Residence (United Kingdom) Have spent a high cholesterol, high blood pressure, reflux, osteoporosis, (cumulative) total of 3 months or longer between January 1, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism and psychiatric conditions 1980 and December 31, 1996 in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom includes England, Northern Ireland,
Unlicensed vaccines in the last 12 months Scotland, Wales, Gibraltar, Falkland Islands, the
Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
Travel / Residence (United Kingdom/certain European Countries): Have spent a (cumulative) total of 5 years or more between 1980 and present in Europe or a combination of 5 years or more in the United Kingdom, Europe and Turkey. Travel / Residence (US military bases in Europe and Turkey): Have spent more than six months in the US military bases in Northern Europe (Germany, Netherlands / Holland, or Belgium) between 1980 and 1990 or in Southern Europe (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece and Turkey) between 1980 Travel / Residence in Iraq in the last 12 months-all locations Travel -- travel to areas with malaria in various countries Tuberculosis -- when recovered and treatment completed MEDICATIONS
Acitretin (Soriatane) for psoriasis (within 3 years) Antibiotics, if symptom free and course of medication is Aspirin (cannot donate apheresis platelets if aspirin was Dutasteride (Avodart) for benign prostatic hyperplasia within Finasteride (Propecia / Proscar) (within 4 weeks) Illegal or non-prescription drugs use with needle, even once. Isotretinoin (Accutane, Amnesteem, Claravis, Sotret) for Blood Donation Eligibility Guidelines
American Red Cross Blood Services—Northeast Division, Dedham, MA; Farmington, CT and Burlington, VT. Age: 17 and over Weight: at least 110 pounds Last donation: 56 days (8 weeks) ago for whole blood; 3 days ago for Platelet Pheresis; 112 days ago for double red cells. If you are in good general health and feel well the day of the blood drive, you may be eligible to donate. Refer to the list below outlining some specific medical conditions. For other questions regarding donor eligibility, call the American Red Cross at 1-(800) 462-9400 and ask for the nurse of the day at
extension 2210.
Travel to Countries with Areas with Malaria
System 14 Version 20071116 Print Date 20071116 Color: Blue Travel in malarial area less than 12 months ago…wait 12 months after No malarial areas in Alaska, Aruba, Australia, Barbados, Canada, Canary Islands, Cayman Islands, Chile, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, France, Germany, Grenada, Greece, Guadeloupe, Hawaii, Israel, Italy, Netherlands (Holland), Puerto Rico, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Saint Kitts, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, and Mexico travel or residence
Malarial Risk in rural areas, including resorts in rural areas of the following states: Campeche, Chiapas, Guerrero, Michoacan, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo, Sinaloa, and Tabasco (note that there are a few exceptions to this rule and some of the exceptions are listed below.) No malarial risk areas in major resorts along the Pacific and Gulf Coasts. Acapulco (in Guerrero state)--no malarial risk Cabo San Lucas (in Baja California Sur state) –-no malarial risk Cancun (in Quintana Roo state) –-no malarial risk Ixtapa (in Guerrero state)—malarial risk Playa del Carmen (in Quintana Roo state)—malarial risk Tulum Ruins (in Quinata Roo state)—malarial risk Land travel between Cancun and Chichen-Itza and between Cancun and Playa del Carmen—malarial risk Dominican Republic travel or residence
Risk in rural areas, except no risk in tourist resorts; highest risk in provinces bordering Haiti; Risk in areas of La Altagracia Province No risk in Casa De Campo (in La Romana Province), Barahona (in Barahona Province), Boca Chica (in Distrito Nacional), La Romana (in La Romana Province), Puerto Plata (in Puerto Plata Province), San Pedro de Macorís (in San Pedro de Macorís Province), Santiago (in Santiago Province) and Santo Domingo (in Distrito Malarial risk in Duarte Province, La Altagracia Province (including all resorts) and Punta Cana (in La Altagracia Province).

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