Jayne asked 7 years ago

  My boyfriend has to get back to Chile from Spain to donate marrow to his sister who has acute myeloid leukemia. Do they transplant the marrow to the recipient straight away, or do they freeze it for later. It\’s just his passport runs out 30th July and it takes 4 months to renew it in Spain. I was just wondering if it is possible for him to go maybe next week and they can freeze the marrow?

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freedoctorhelpline Staff answered 7 years ago

Marrow donation could be a surgical operation that takes place in  hospital room.

Hospital Stay: you may attain the hospital patient facility on the day of the donation. you may keep within the hospital typically from early morning to late afternoon, tho’ some hospitals habitually set up for AN long hospital keep.
Anesthesia: you may incline anaesthesia to dam the pain throughout the marrow donation. If anaesthesia is employed, you may be unconscious throughout the donation. If you receive anaesthesia (either spinal or epidural), medication can block sensation within the affected space, however you may stay attentive to your surroundings. anaesthesia is employed for regarding ninety six of NMDP marrow donors. the common time of anaesthesia is a smaller amount than a pair of hours. .
Donation: throughout the marrow donation, you may be lying on your abdomen. whereas the donation varies slightly from hospital to hospital, generally, the doctors use special, hollow needles to withdraw liquid marrow (where blood-forming cells square measure made) from each side of the rear of the girdle bone. The incisions square measure butquartern in. long and don’t need stitches.
Recovery: Hospital employees can watch you closely till the anaesthesia wears off, and still monitor your condition after. Most donors head home a similar day or consecutive morning. when you allow the hospital.
The entire process can be done in a day or two. Please plan your trip accordingly.

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