Donor Selection and Deferral Quiz

Physical exam

Requirements

Physical exam

Requirements

Minimum Age

17 years

Under 17 years needs parental

consent

Blood pressure

180/100mmHg

Weight

110 Ibs

Pulse

50-100bpm

Hematocrit

38%

Temperature

99.5 OF (37.5OC)

Hemoglobin (Women)

12.5g/dL

Hemoglobin (Men)

13.0g/dL

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Donor Selection Requirement Quiz

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1. Which of the following would be a cause permanent deferral?

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2. Platelet concentrates prepared by apheresis should contain how many platelets?

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3. How long must a donor wait after whole blood donation?

Physical exam Requirements Physical exam Requirements
Minimum Age 17 years

Under 17 years needs parental

consent

Blood pressure 180/100mmHg
Weight 110 Ibs Pulse 50-100bpm
Hematocrit 38% Temperature 99.5 OF (37.5OC)
Hemoglobin (Women) 12.5g/dL Hemoglobin (Men) 13.0g/dL

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4. A woman wants to donate blood. Her physical examination reveals the following: temperature—390C, pulse—53 bpm, blood pressure—125/75 mm Hg, hematocrit—38%. Which of the following exclusions apply to the prospective donor?

Physical exam Requirements Physical exam Requirements
Minimum Age 17 years

Under 17 years needs parental

consent

Blood pressure 180/100mmHg
Weight 110 Ibs Pulse 50-100bpm
Hematocrit 38% Temperature 99.5 OF (37.5OC)
Hemoglobin (Women) 12.5g/dL Hemoglobin (Men) 13.0g/dL

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5. Which of the following would be cause for deferral for a male donor?

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6. Which of the following carries a 12-month deferral?

Physical exam Requirements Physical exam Requirements
Minimum Age 17 years

Under 17 years needs parental

consent

Blood pressure 180/100mmHg
Weight 110 Ibs Pulse 50-100bpm
Hematocrit 38% Temperature 99.5 OF (37.5OC)
Hemoglobin (Women) 12.5g/dL Hemoglobin (Men) 13.0g/dL

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7. Which of the following would be cause for deferral for a female donor?

Plasma hemoglobin, ammonia, and K+ levels increases

Plasma Na+,  pH and 2,3-BPG levels decreases.

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8. Biochemical changes occur during the shelf life of stored blood. Which of the following is a result of this "storage lesion"?

Plasma hemoglobin, ammonia, and K+ levels increases

Plasma Na+,  pH and 2,3-BPG levels decreases.

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9. Biochemical changes occur during the shelf life of stored blood. Which of the following is a result of this "storage lesion"?

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10. The causative agent of Chagas disease is

Plasma hemoglobin, ammonia, and K+ levels increases

Plasma Na+,  pH and 2,3-BPG levels decreases.

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11. One unit of donor platelets derived from whole blood should yield how many platelets?

Plasma hemoglobin, ammonia, and K+ levels increases

Plasma Na+,  pH and 2,3-BPG levels decreases.

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12. Biochemical changes occur during the shelf life of stored blood. Which of the following is a result of this "storage lesion"?

Physical exam Requirements Physical exam Requirements
Minimum Age 17 years

Under 17 years needs parental

consent

Blood pressure 180/100mmHg
Weight 110 Ibs Pulse 50-100bpm
Hematocrit 38% Temperature 99.5 OF (37.5OC)
Hemoglobin (Women) 12.5g/dL Hemoglobin (Men) 13.0g/dL

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13. A man wants to donate blood. His physical examination reveals the following: weight—120 Ib, pulse—112 bpm, blood pressure—132/74 mm Hg, hematocrit—39%. Which of the following exclusions applies to the prospective donor?

Plasma hemoglobin, ammonia, and K+ levels increases

Plasma Na+,  pH and 2,3-BPG levels decreases.

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14. Biochemical changes occur during the shelf life of stored blood. Which of the following is a result of this "storage lesion"?

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15. Which of the following viruses resides exclusively in leukocytes?

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16. How often can you donate platelets?

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17. What is deferral period for aspirin?

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18. How long must a donor wait after plasma donation?

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