Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The family of Yadir Antonio Ceballos, asks for the help of society to donate blood type AB+ (positive) at the General Hospital of Mazatlan, who is admitted to bed 3, in intensive therapy. The man suffered an electric shock while painting in the Federal Electricity Commission building on March 21.
The requirements to be able to donate are to show up at a time from 07:00 to 08:30 hours, be between 18 and 65 years old, go fasting, have slept at least 6 hours the night before and show a photo ID (IFE). You should not have diseases like hepatitis, syphilis in the last year, malaria in the last 5 years, brucellosis or malt fever, cough or vomit with blood, stomach ulcer or duodenum, heart disease. Some circumstances that prevent donating are having allergies to medications or food, anemia, surgery in the last six months, dental surgery in the last week, pregnancy or recent delivery, breastfeeding, menstruation, vaccination in the last two months, or have tattoos in the last year. Nor can they donate people in medical treatment, who use contraceptives, not have taken alcohol in the last 24 hours, have no history of entering criminal institutions, and not having been in drug or alcohol rehabilitation centers.