REQUIREMENTS FOR DONATION
REGISTRATION FOR PLASMA DONATION
Registration can be done either in person or via telephone during our opening hours.
WHAT DO DOCUMENTS DO YOU NEED?
Already a donor?
FIRST STEPS TO BECOMING A DONOR
First, you will begin by signing the data protection and consent form, after which you will be registered as a first-time donor at the plasma centre.
Once the paperwork has been filed, your vital signs will be taken. You will then have an interview with our donor doctor, who will give you a medical examination and draw a small amount of blood for laboratory tests. This health check will determine whether you are suitable to be a plasma donor at this time. After about a week, your results will be available and you will be able to donate plasma from this point on, provided your health and blood/lab values are in order.
You can make your next donation appointment immediately after your first plasma donation.
Donor eligibility is confirmed by means of an anamnesis questionnaire (donor questionnaire), a medical examination, and comprehensive laboratory tests directly at the donation centre.
HOW OFTEN CAN YOU DONATE PLASMA?
A healthy person can donate a maximum of 850ml of plasma, depending on their body weight, with a frequency subject to the following constraints:
This gives the body time to replenish the donated plasma.
Persons who are not suitable for plasma donation are those who have received diagnoses including
HEALTHCARE II GMBH
Plasmavita Healthcare II GmbH, based in Vienna, is a modern company specialising in the collection of human blood plasma for further processing into pharmaceuticals.
Plasmavita plays a leading role in the collection of plasma donations and, therefore, in patient care.