Published in Blood Weekly, June 3rd, 1996
The interval between vaccination and blood donation should be at least three days, recommended C.R. Seed and colleagues, Australian Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service, Perth, Western Australia ("Hepatitis B Surface Antigenemia in Blood Donors after Vaccination," Transfusion, April 1996;36(4):386).
Seed et al., in a letter to the editor, referred to an earlier report which had appeared in the June 1995 issue of Transfusion in which Bruce E. Kloster, M.D., State University of New York, and colleagues had described how blood donors following...
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