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Indonesian Journal of Clinical Pathology and Medical Laboratory

ISSN 0854-4263

Vol. 21 / No. 1 / Published : 2014-01

TOC : 5, and page :20 - 23

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Safe blood and voluntary non-remunerated blood donors

Author :

  1. Teguh Triyono*1
  2. Veronica Fridawati,*2
  3. Usi Sukorini*3
  4. Budi Mulyono*4
  1. Dep. Patologi Klinik, FK UGM/RS. Sardjito
  2. Dep. Patologi Klinik, FK UGM/RS. Sardjito
  3. Dep. Patologi Klinik, FK UGM/RS. Sardjito
  4. Dep. Patologi Klinik, FK UGM/RS. Sardjito

Abstract :

Safe blood was collected from safe, low risk donors with a related absence of infectious disease screening as well. WHO has stated that to guarantee its safety, blood should only be collected from voluntary non-remunerated blood donors (VNBD) coming from a lowrisk population. The aim of this study was to know the blood donors’ profile in Fatmawati Hospital (FH), Jakarta and Dr. Sardjito Hospital (SH), Yogyakarta by comparison The research was carried out by cross sectional study and data were obtained from the donor’s information records 2011-2013. The data were further descriptively analyzed and presented in tables and graphs. The Student’s t-test was used to analyze the difference of percentage mean for VNBD per-month between two hospitals with p<0.05. Based on the blood donor types, it was shown that most of the blood donors consisted of replacement persons. The mean of monthly VNBD percentage was significantly higher in FH than in SH. There was an increased VNBD percentage i.e. 32, 35, 54 (FH) and 12, 18, 22 (SH) respectively, within the year 2011, 2012 and 2013. Darah yang aman diperoleh dari pendonor yang aman atau berkebahayaan rendah melalui penapisan yang bersangkutan keberadaan infeksi. Salah satu langkah menurut WHO yang harus dilakukan untuk menjaga keamanan darah adalah pengambilan darah hanya dari pendonor sukarela yang tidak berbayar dan berasal dari populasi yang berkebahayaan rendah serta dengan mengadakan tatalangkah pemilihan yang bersangkutan secara ketat. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui perbandingan profil pendonor darah di RSUP Fatmawati (RSF) Jakarta dan RSUP Dr. Sardjito (RSS) Yogyakarta dengan cara melihat cirinya. Penelitian ini menggunakan rancangan potong lintang, data diambil dari buku catatan pendonor dan database dalam sistem keterangan pendonor antara 2011−2013. Data diolah secara deskriptif dan disajikan dalam bentuk tabel dan gambar. Perbedaan rerata antara dua kelompok diuji statistik dengan uji Student’s-t, dengan kemaknaan p<0,05. Berdasarkan jenis pendonor darah, terlihat bahwa sebagian besar mereka merupakan pendonor pengganti. Rerata persentase pendonor darah sukarela perbulan di RSF didapatkan lebih tinggi secara bermakna dibandingkan dengan yang di RSS. Terdapat peningkatan persentase pendonor sukarela pada tahun 2011, 2012 dan 2013 berturut-turut 32, 35 dan 54 (RSF) serta 12,18 dan 22 (RSS).

Keyword :

Safe blood, voluntary non-remunerated blood donors,

References :

  1. WHO, (2002). The Clinical Use of Blood. Geneva. Hal : 10-14 : WHO
  2. O’Brien SF, Shao ZJ, Osmond L, Yi QL, Li CY, An QX, (2013). Donor Motivation in Xi’an China: Comparison With Canadian Donors. No. 104, Hal : 200-206 : Vox Sanguinis


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