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Volume :17 Issue : 48 2002      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Consequent impacts of Human blood

Auther : Dr. Prof. Mustafa Mohammed Arjawi

Summary:Medication by blood means and types were developed along with the advancement of medical sciences particularly, in cases of severe bleeding that it, or part of it, can not be compensated unless with similar human blood taken from volunteers or donors and that is due to the difficulty of having, till now artificial blood similar to natural blood. Medication through transfusion of blood or one of its derivatives is not free from some negative pranks and impacts upon the receiver’s health as it was proved that some donated bloods contain different types of epidemical hepatitis virus and aids which make such medication is, sometimes, more deadly than the disease itself. Accordingly, it is called for full precaution and not to resort to this medication in case of maximum necessity, within the frame of accurate disciplines and examinations that will not allow infiltration of this epidemic, which is called the modern age plague, to the bodies of those who are medicated with this harmful disease.

Before deciding medication through transfusion of human blood or one of its derivatives, it is very important to compare between the pathological case, its seriousness, and its severity. Therefore, clarifying the positive and negative impacts of blood transfusion is considered of the basic matters that should be conducted to avoid catastrophes and to consider the positives due to lack of natural or artificial substitutes for human blood as it has vitality and natural properties that distinguish it from others. Medical and therapy interests consequent to human blood transfusion to save a human life needs to religiously permit this act, to be within the necessity limits of religious disciplines and free of material or symbolic charges in order to prevent merchandize of human body parts. All such disciplinary measure are necessary to be accord with Islamic jurisprudence, which its principles and origins, do not allow dealing with human body’s parts, forbidding disposal and banning using of the same for any experimental or medication purposes unless for necessity purposes and due to the appropriate measures. There is nothing that prohibits paying charges for examinations and medication by human blood in order to ensure that it is free from negatives that are harmful to human health. And, God guide us to the right.

 

 

 

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