Ab not negative in the blood bank, also store half empty – AB negative in the blood bank, also store half empty

Saharanpur For the past two months, small amounts of blood have been available in the blood bank of the SBD District Hospital. The blood bank had 152 units of blood available on Friday with no AB negative blood. In such a situation, it is difficult for him when a patient is in need of AB negative blood.
The blood bank can hold 300 units of blood at a time. On normal days, between 200 and 300 units of blood are available here. On the day of the blood donation, the remaining blood donors had to be stopped after 300 units of blood had accumulated. But there was a drop in blood donors in the second wave of Corona. People are confused that people with less immunity have a greater influence on the corona or are at a higher risk of developing corona. In such a situation, some people refrain from donating blood. Perhaps this is why the blood bank, which held blood between 200 and 300 units for 24 hours on normal days, now has only 152 units of blood available. 152 units contain blood from all groups, but AB negative blood was available through Friday morning, which was eventually offered to a patient.
No shortage of blood donors
The responsible blood bank, Fagu Vishwakarma, said that there was no shortage of blood donors even during the corona period. He said that when there is a lack of blood in the blood bank, the department sometimes supplies blood by organizing stocks in the blood bank and sometimes in the CHC and PHC. Two days ago, 40 units of blood were donated in Nanauta. Every blood group a patient needs is provided. The hospitalized patient has not yet had to get blood.
Donating blood does not affect immunity. Yes, you may feel some weakness for about 24 hours, but the weakness is temporary. Therefore, any healthy person can donate blood without fear.
Dr. Anil Vohra, doctor, SBD district hospital.

Saharanpur For the past two months, small amounts of blood have been available in the blood bank of the SBD District Hospital. The blood bank had 152 units of blood available on Friday with no AB negative blood. In such a situation, it is difficult for him when a patient is in need of AB negative blood.

The blood bank can hold 300 units of blood at a time. On normal days, between 200 and 300 units of blood are available here. The remaining blood donors had to be stopped after 300 units of blood accumulated on the day of the blood donation. In the second corona wave, however, the number of blood donors decreased. People are confused that people with less immunity have a greater influence on the corona or are at a higher risk of developing corona. In such a situation, some people refrain from donating blood. Perhaps this is why the blood bank, which held blood between 200 and 300 units for 24 hours on normal days, now has only 152 units of blood available. 152 units contain blood from all groups, but AB negative blood was available through Friday morning, which was eventually offered to a patient.

No shortage of blood donors

The responsible blood bank, Fagu Vishwakarma, said that there was no shortage of blood donors even during the corona period. He said that when there is a lack of blood in the blood bank, the department sometimes supplies blood by organizing stocks in the blood bank and sometimes in the CHC and PHC. Two days ago, 40 units of blood were donated in Nanauta. Every blood group a patient needs is provided. The hospitalized patient has not yet had to get blood.

Donating blood does not affect immunity. Yes, you may feel some weakness for about 24 hours, but the weakness is temporary. Therefore, any healthy person can donate blood without fear.

Dr. Anil Vohra, doctor, SBD district hospital.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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