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Blood Donation Speech
Transcript of Blood Donation Speech
a.We will first discuss some history of blood donation.
b.Next, we will discuss how fast and easy blood donation is!
c.Last we will discuss where the blood goes. TRANSFUSIONS First Successful Transplant BLOOD DONATION 1.Four blood types were identified (A, B, AB and O) 2. Discoveries and advancements make for full utilization of every donation. - Each blood element can be used to treat different diseases. CAN 1818 British obstetrician James Blundell Screening Process: Height and Weight
A few basic questions Blood Donation is FAST!!! NOTE: Pain is a minor thing to analyze when you are saving 3 lives. 15 minutes is a short amount of time to save lives FACT: One Blood Donation can save up to three lives! FACT: Every TWO seconds someone in the world needs blood! -American Red Cross ACCIDENT VICTIMS DISEASE PATIENTS Gunshot
Hemorrhaging Cancer Patients
8 platelet transfusions per week
Sickle Cell Patients
2 - 10 units of red blood cells per treatment approximately 50units of red blood cells TRUE/ FALSE
One donation can save up to 3 lives
Every 2 seconds someone needs blood Review:
A. We have discussed the history of blood donation.
B. We have discussed how easy the process is.
C. We also discussed where the blood goes after donation. Now you know why it is so important for you to become a blood donor. SAVE A LIFE! BE A BLOOD DONOR! BECAUSE YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE ____________ whole blood could be divided into red cells, plasma, platelets, and other components (Whedon, 1997). (Blood Centers of the Pacific, 2012) (American Red Cross, 2012)