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    What happens to my blood after it’s donated? A. All donated blood, even donations from repeat donors, is tested for blood type, hepatitis, HIV, syphilis, and
    fileslib. Procedures to collect post-donation follow-up data from living donors the recommendations you’ll find in this recently updated guidance document. What are the precautions after blood donation? What precautions should be taken by the donor after Blood donation? Drink lots of fluids for the next 24 hours. Avoid smoking for 4 hours and drinking alcohol for the next 24 hours. Don’t use an elevator to go up immediately after donation since blood will rush to the feet and make one feel dizzy.
    Be Well Rested and Hydrate. Get a good night’s sleep the night before your donation, eat healthy foods and drink extra liquids. Additional tips before
    What is post donation? Post-donation information (PDI) can be defined as any information provided by the donor or other source following a donation, that, had it been known to the blood establishment during the selection process, would have resulted in the donor’s deferral.
    How does the blood donation process work? What should I do after donating blood? Will it hurt when you insert the needle? How long does a blood donation take

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