True or false: It's possible to contract an STI through a blood transfusion.

True or false: It's possible to contract an STI through a blood transfusion.

2 months ago

Solution 1

Guest Guest #5508
2 months ago
Yes, blood transfusion are one of the most common causes of spread of infectious diseases. It spreads by the donated blood of an infected person, to the receiver. HIV, Hepatitis, parasitic and bacterial infections are generally caused by such practices.Yes, blood transfusion are one of the most common causes of spread of infectious diseases. It spreads by the donated blood of an infected person, to the receiver. HIV, Hepatitis, parasitic and bacterial infections are generally caused by such practices.

Solution 2

Guest Guest #5509
2 months ago
The STI being referred to in this item is sexually transmitted infections. Through the phrase itself suggests that the disease or the infections are sexually transmitted, it can also be transmitted through blood transfusion. Although that would be a very rare case.

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