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Conditions & Benefits

Blood is the only medicine in the world that is not found in drug stores. It can be achieved only the willingness of our kind to donate their own blood.

Everything is a story until you or one of your relatives (friend, colleague or neighbor) needs urgently the “drop of life”. Made in the secret laboratories of the heart after an unknown prescription, blood is a “living” product that teaches us every day what is a simple, altruist, anonymous and even volunteer gesture.

Before you donate, you must:

  • have your ID with you
  • be rested
  • not eat fats and drink alcohol before 72 hours
  • not smoke
  • not consume drugs
  • not have been travelling abroad in the las three months
  • be aged between 18 – 65
  • have given blood at least once before the age of 45 and after that at least once per year
  • have at least 50 kilograms for women and 60 for men
  • have the haemoglobin over 125g/l at women, 135g/l at men
  • not have had a surgical interventions in the last 6-12 months
  • not have had diseases as hepatitis, TB, syphilis, malaria, epilepsy, ulcer, diabetes, heart diseases, blood pressure over 180mmHg, skin diseases
  • not be pregnant women, during period and confinement
  • not to have taken any medical treatment in the last period
  • not to have had flu, fever (minimum 2 weeks before donation)

The advantages of the donor:

  • you save a life in 8 minutes
  • it is a humanitarian gesture for the people
  • it is a noble gesture for a suffering person
  • it reduces the risk of apparition of haemachromatosis at men
  • a free day from school/job
  • 50% free at subscription monthly for public transport
  • free consultation before the donation
  • free ticket of analyses at demand
  • remake of the blood recurrently
  • higher longevity
  • stronger healthy system
  • the risk of vascular accident or paralysis decreased with 30%
  • 7 meal tickets

Loyal donors

  • they have the right to free additional iron treatment at the medical recommendation of collector
  • they have the right to do a free pulmonary X–ray examination, an extended biological examination and in some cases cardiovascular examination
  • they can receive badges and diplomas
  • they receive a donor certificate