Blood Donation Club

Blood Donation Club

EVERY TIME YOU DONATE BLOOD, SOMEBODY CAN OBSERVE LIFE

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) about Blood Donation

Who can donate blood?

Any healthy person can donate blood. Before taking blood, some questions related to your health will be asked to make sure that you can donate blood.

Can I donate blood if I had jaundice previously?

No, if you have a history of jaundice in the past, you need to be screened for hepatitis before donating blood.

Do I have enough blood in my body to donate?

Yes. The body contains 10 to 12 pints of blood.

How much blood is taken?

For a whole blood donation, approximately one pint (which weighs about one pound-up to 500 ml) is collected.

How often can I donate?

The interval between blood donations should be at least eight weeks.

Is there anything I should do before I donate?

Be sure to eat well at your regular mealtimes and drink plenty of fluids.

Will donating blood hurt?

No more than a pinch in the beginning! Our trained technologists make donating blood as painless and easy as possible.

Can I develop infections like hepatitis or HIV (AIDS Virus) when I donate blood?

No each blood bag and its needle are sterile and disposable.

How much time does it take for my body to replace the blood that I donated?

Not long at all. The volume of fluids will adjust within a few hours of your donation. The red blood cells will be replaced within a few weeks.

What should I eat or drink after donation

You should drink plenty of fluids during the first few hours following the donation. As for food, you can have your own regular meals.

Can I smoke after donation?

Smoking is better avoided for at least 2 hours after donating blood because it may result in dizziness and a fainting attack. Remember, smoking is dangerous to your health anyway!

What type of tests will perform on donated blood?

After blood is drawn, it is tested for Blood Group, Hepatitis B & C, HIV (AIDS Virus) and certain other infectious diseases to ensure the donor and the patient’s safety.

How long my blood will be stored in the blood bank after collection?

Each unit of whole blood may be separated into several components. Blood may be stored up to 35 days. However at AMTF, blood is utilized shortly after collection.

What do I have to do if I want to donate?

Ans. Please contact AMTF Blood Bank to donate. You may fill in the registration form to register yourself in the AMTF Blood Donors Club in order to become a regular donor. Register yourself now!

Download Blood Donation Club Form Below

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how can we help you?

Contact us at the AMTF office or submit a Inquiry form online.

#AMTF Blood Donation Camp at Amreli Steels (Dhabeji Unit)
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#AMTF Thalassemia Awareness Session at Amreli Steels - Dhabeji Unit
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#AMTF Blood Donation Camp at Greenwich University, Karachi
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#AMTF Blood Donation Camp at PAF-KIET, Nazimabad Campus
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#AMTF Blood Donation Camp at Institute of Business Management (IoBM)
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Dr. Asim Qidwai, Founder & CEO AMTF had a meeting with High Commissioner Pakistan at Canada Mr. Raza Bashir Tarar in Ottawa
April 4, 2019PRESS RELEASE
April 04, 2019
Dr. Asim Qidwai, Founder & C.E.O of Afzaal Memorial Thalassemia Foundation (AMTF) called on the High Commissioner of Pakistan, Raza Bashir Tarar and briefed him on the work of the Foundation in the field of health care related to children from blood disorder.
The High Commissioner appreciated the plan of the Foundation for conducting awareness sessions with the Pakistani community living abroad. He agreed with the vision of the foundation to deliver the utmost level of passionate care to the patients of thalassemia. The High Commissioner urged the founder for developing synergy among the institutes working in Pakistan on the childhood blood diseases.
Dr. Asim Qidwai also informed the High Commissioner for his drive to include thalassemia awareness and prevention in the curriculum of high schools and colleges of Pakistan.
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