pernah menderma darah?
a.k.u tidak pernah..
mmg pernah terniat nak derma
tapi masa kat UiTM ari tu...
kobar-kobar nak derma
dok tepi nurses
tgk ape dia buat
tetiba nampak satu pengalaman ngeri di situ
cocok punya cocok
darah tak kuar
pastu..dia pusing tang sana
pusing tang sini..
tatkala itu...Nurse berkata...skrang boleh derma darah kan..
a.k.u teros berkata...tak pelah..lain kali...
dan sampai skrang..tak berani ok....
masa ari tu..
amik gambar adik derma darah
(gambar kluar METRO ok)
senang je tgk
tapi still tak berani...hehehhe....
tapi experience di Pusat Darah Negara yang terletak di Jalan Tun Razak
benar-benar meninggalkan kenangan paling manis dalam hidup a.k.u...
a.k.u lihat banyak wajah-wajah manis menderma darah...
btw....silalah rujuk artikel di bawah berkenaan derma darah..
moga jadi panduan....
kalau ala-ala nak derma darah kan
boleh lah pegi ke PDN ye kawan-kawan...
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Blood donation guideTips for a good blood donation experience
YOU might not know what to expect if you are donating blood for the first time.
You might wonder if the procedure is painful, or whether you will be able to go back to school or work immediately after the transfusion.
Fear not, as the following tips compiled from the National Blood Bank, Universiti Malaya Medical Centre Transfusion Medicine Unit and mayoclinic.com will be a useful guide for you to have a good blood donation experience.
1. Check whether you are eligible to donate
As there is a set of criteria you have to meet to be eligible to donate blood that is healthy and free from diseases that can be transmitted by blood, do check if you fulfil them before you go for the donation.
The criteria are:
- You are healthy on the day you wish to donate blood.
- You are 18 to 65 years old.
- You weigh above 45kg.
- You slept for more than five hours the day before.
- You have eaten some food in the past four hours before the blood donation.
- It has been at least three months after your last blood donation.
- You do not have any medical problems. (You can discuss them with the medical officer present if you have them.)
- You are not on any medications.
- For women, you are not having your period for the past three days.
- You are not pregnant or breastfeeding.
- You are not a MSM (a man who has sex with men).
- You do not take part in high-risk behaviours (e.g. have multiple sexual partners - more than one within six months, or have sex with sex workers.)
- You do not have tattoos, ear/body piercing or acupuncture within 12 months.
- You have not stayed in the UK and Europe during 1980 to 1996.
- Get a good night's sleep.
- Have a good breakfast or lunch.
- Drink extra water and fluids (avoid tea, coffee, or other beverages with caffeine).
- Eat iron-rich foods: red meat, fish, poultry or liver, beans, green leafy vegetables.
- Avoid fatty foods, such as hamburgers and fries before donating. As tests for infections (done on all donated blood) can be affected by fatty materials (lipids) that appear in your blood (for several hours after fatty foods), the required testing cannot be performed and your blood may need to be discarded.
- Wear clothes with sleeves that can be raised above the elbow.
- If you have donated blood before, show the person who is going to take your blood any good veins that have been used successfully to draw blood.
- Relax, it is not that painful (you will be given a local anaesthetic at the donation site).
- Usually, snack and drinks will be provided. Have some immediately after donating.
- When you donate blood you will lose some of your fluids. Rehydrate by drinking plenty of fluids over the next 24 to 48 hours.
- You can go back to work immediately after you donate blood, but avoid strenuous physical activity or heavy lifting for about five hours after donation.
- If you feel light headed after the donation, lie down (preferably with feet elevated), until the feeling passes.
- In the rare cases when bleeding occurs after removing the bandage, apply pressure to the site and raise your arm for three to five minutes. If bleeding or bruising occurs under the skin, apply a cold pack to the area periodically during the first 24 hours.
- If for any reason something doesn't feel right, call the blood centre where you donated blood or the blood centre that organised the blood donation drive as soon as possible.