Why you should be aware of SMM bloods online purchases

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has published an article outlining the risks associated with the use of SMMs and blood donation, as well as the best practices for donors to avoid them.

The AMA points out that SMMs can contain potentially harmful substances, and that they have been linked to the deaths of many people.

They also recommend against the use in the absence of any other risk assessment.

A number of organisations have recently been involved in researching the risks of SMAs, including Australian College of Physicians, Royal College of Surgeons of Australia, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Royal Australasian College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Australian College Health Care Association, Royal Society of Medicine of Australia and the Australian Medical and Dental Association.

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) has also issued a statement about SMM use, calling it a “risky and potentially dangerous method of blood donation”.

What you need to know about the risks from blood donation There are four main types of blood donations: standard blood (blood drawn from healthy donors) and frozen blood (samples collected by a machine to be stored for later use)