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A Study of Changes in RBC Indices and Electrolytes after Blood Donation to Overcome Misconceptions Regarding Blood Donation

Rasale P. L, Raut S. Y, Tambade A. B.

Abstract


To rule out the various misconception about blood donation, a study was undertaken by evaluating the effect of blood donation on the RBC indices, Hb% and Sr. electrolytes. In

 

this study 300 ml blood of healthy individual was taken out and RBC indices assessed on Day 1st, 7th, 14th, 21st & 30th. It was found that there is no effect of B.D. on RBC indices,

 

i.e., RBC Count MCV, MCH, MCHC, Hb% and electrolytes in all follow-up. It means physiological parameters mentioned above remain at normal level thus blood donation doesn’t harms or produce any adverse effects over body.

 


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