Federal rules and regulations for plasma donation you may not know

If you want to know about plasma donation then, it is important to first of all check plasma donation guideline. According to FDA (food and drug administration), it is important to note that a donor will only be able to donate plasma if he or she must have weight above 110 pounds. Donor can also donate only twice  a week with a gap of two days in between.

User physical health is properly examined by a medical doctor in which donor will have pass from all medical tests. Different medical tests include visual inspection, urine analysis and other tests.

Donor will have to answer different questions which will be asked by a medical practitioner. Different questions will be asked by a doctor related to medical health and will also ask about any tattoo or piercing from last one year on your body.

If you will donate plasma then again plasma in your body will be formed after 48 hours. But it is important to take good diet before the plasma donation and after the donation otherwise your body will not be able to form new plasma cells quickly within 48 hours in your body.

So, it is essential to take proper diet and remain hydrated to avoid dehydration problem in body. Drink lots and lots of water or any other fluid which will help you to be safe from dehydration problem after donating plasma.

 

How much times a donor can donate plasma according to FDA

It is important to note that donor is not allowed to donate plasma more that twelve times in a year. It is not allowed to donate plasma more than twelve times in a year.

 

Is plasma donation is a safe procedure?

Yes, plasma donation will be a safe procedure after the proper medical examination of a donor. Donor health is properly checked and he will have to first of all clear all tests only then that particular donor will be allowed to donate plasma. Different tests performed on a donor before plasma donation are such as HIV test, hepatitis c and b, protein and hemoglobin level test and many more.