Idaho Statutes Title 39. Health and Safety § 39-3703. Anatomical parts control

No anatomical parts of human bodies, including whole blood, plasma, blood products, blood derivatives, body tissue, organs, parts of organs or products derived therefrom, and including semen, ova and embryos, shall be used for any purpose of injecting, transfusing or transplanting into a human body unless such anatomical parts or the donor have been examined for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), AIDS related complexes (ARC), or other manifestations of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, and a test is negative for the presence of HIV antibodies or antigens.

The director of the department of health and welfare shall promulgate rules to fully implement the requirements of this section.


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