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Give Blood. Share Life

No matter where we are from, what colour our skin is, what our religion, the blood that flows in our bodies is the same. Thanks to voluntary blood donors, medical centres all over the world have access to healthy blood products to save millions of lives. The red sachets of blood represent not only the selfless love of the donors, but also the hope of life.
On June 2, 2018, Shanghai United Family Pudong Hospital will work with Pudong Blood Management Office for blood transfusion services, to set up a station for blood screening and donation. We will also provide complimentary health consultation, tea break, souvenirs and certificates to all the donors. Each donor or his/her family member will also be awarded a free dental / eye screening later in the hospital.


Shanghai United Family Pudong HospitalNo. 1598 Xinjinqiao Road, Pudong New District
Saturday, June 2nd, 2018,10:00am – 16:00pm
Contact for Inquiries:
(021) 2216 3900 Ext. Pang 
Please scan below QR code to sign up before May 27.
 Notice:Both Chinese and foreigners are welcomed. Please bring your passport or ID with you.
 Standard Blood Donation Procedure:Before donation, evaluations are performed on potential donors before the donation process to ensure their blood is safe to use. The donors are asked to answer questions about their medical and other related history and are required to carry out a basic physical examination to ensure they are fit for donation. The donor’s hemoglobin level is tested to rule our anemia, and their pulse, blood pressure and temperature are checked. In China, donors can donate either 200 or 400 ml of whole blood every 6 months.After the donation process, donors are asked to rest and are observed for about 10–15minutes. Typically, light refreshments are served then. The donor needle site is covered with dressing and the donor may be asked to apply some pressure over this area for a few minutes.Donated plasma is replaced after 48-72 hours whereas Red blood cells are replaced on average in 36 days in healthy adult males. Some minor risks include fainting from changes in blood pressure, bruising, tendon or nerve injury, thrombophlebitis and allergic reactions. However, in a controlled center, these risks are very rare or easily managed. 
Q1:Who can donate blood?
1、Age: 18 to 55 years old2、Weight: Male ≥50 kg / Female ≥45 kg3、Blood pressure, pulse, temperature detection is normal; Medical examination tests must be passed before blood donation.Q2:How long should I wait since the last donation?

1、Whole blood donation→ Whole blood:  ≥6 months

2、Apheresis platelet donation→ Apheresis platelet:  ≥2weeks, ≤24 times / year

3、Apheresis platelets→ Whole blood:  ≥4weeks

4、Whole blood donation→ Apheresis platelets:  ≥3 months

Q3:Who cannot donate blood?

1、hose suffering from hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV, syphilis, Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (mad cow disease) and other diseases that can be spread through blood transfusions, or those carrying a virus.

2、A history of intravenous drug use, or high-risk sexual behavior, such as male-male behavior and sexual behavior with several partners.

3、Other conditions that are considered unfit to donate by medical personnel.

Q4:Who should wait to donate blood?

1、Defer 1 week: Those with upper respiratory tract infection, acute gastroenteritis, infection, or with healing wounds and undergoing treatment.

2、Defer 3 months: Those with pneumonia.

3、Defer 1 year: Those who have engaged in high-risk sexual behavior, travelled tomalaria-endemic areas, those who have received a blood transfusion or accidental contact with allogeneic blood, or have undergone surgery.

4、Other conditions that are considered unfit to donate immediately by medical personnel.