Effects of donating Hepatitis b plasma

Effects of donating Hepatitis b plasma | Access Clinical

At Access Clinical, we want to help eradicate as many diseases as possible. With your donation, you will help find a cure and improve the lives of those affected worldwide through research, education, public health and patient advocacy. Discovering that you are a patient that has just newly developed Hepatitis b can be overwhelming and one way to help other people that may have the same struggles as them is by Hepatitis B plasma Donation at Access Clinical.

Becoming a donor helps scientists and clinicians find new treatments, tests and quicker diagnosis methods for hepatitis B which will improve patient outcomes and hopefully prevent the disease from spreading. You can play a vital role in this by becoming a hepatitis B donor with Access Clinical. Hepatitis B is a life threatening liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV). For some people, hepatitis B infection becomes chronic, meaning it lasts more than six months.

Having chronic hepatitis B increases your risk of developing liver failure, liver cancer or cirrhosis a condition that causes permanent scarring of the liver. Most people infected with hepatitis B as adults recover fully, even if their signs and symptoms are extremely bad. HBV can be spread through sexual contact, sharing of needles, accidental needle sticks, and mother-to-child. Vaccinations for Hepatitis B exist, but, if you feel as if you’ve come in contact with the virus, receiving an injection of hepatitis B immune globulin within 12 hours of coming in contact with the virus may help protect you from developing hepatitis B, with your physician’s discretion.

To donate-

  • You must be clinically diagnosed by a medical professional. Documentation of the diagnosis and/or treatment may be required.
  • You must have a photo ID and be able to provide your social security number or proof of citizenship.
  • You must be at least 18 years old.
  • You must weight at least 110 lbs.
  • You must disclose if you have ever been diagnosed with Hepatitis C and/or HIV.

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