Blood Donate By Social Organization For Dengue And Viral Fever Patients


News Desk Amar Ujala, Agra

Published by: Abhishek Saxena
Updated Wed, 15 Sep 2021 12:24 PM IST

Summary

In dengue and viral fever platelets are reduced and due to this the patient’s life is in danger. Organizations are coming forward to save the lives of patients by donating blood. Pramarsh Sansthan has issued help line number 9690350350 for Dengue patients in need of Random Donor Platelets and Single Donor Apheresis Platelets.

Agra: Youth donating blood
– Photo : Amar Ujala

There is an outbreak of dengue and viral fever in Agra division, so that there is no shortage of platelets and blood, social organizations are coming forward and donating blood. An organization has also issued a helpline number for blood and jumbo packs. At the same time, from government departments to private organizations, blood donation camps are being organized.Plasma and blood were donated on Saturday last Saturday under the camp being run by Rotary Club at SN Medical College, Agra. CA Udit Bansal, member of Rotary Club donated plasma. Dr. Rinku Agarwal donated blood. In the four-day camp, people are being made aware to donate platelets. Club President Ashish Aggarwal said that Rotary Club has always been aware of social duties, will continue to do so. Blood Bank Incharge Dr. Neetu Chauhan said that society should come forward and donate plasma for social responsibility. During this, the former president of the club, Dr. Alok Mittal. Vinod Gupta. Tulika Agarwal etc. were present.

105 units of blood donation in the camp organized in DVVNL
In the absence of blood and platelets, no one can die of dengue. With this resolution, 105 employees of Dakshinachal Vidyut Vitran Nigam (DVVNL) donated blood in the camp organized at the headquarters on Sunday. The camp was inaugurated by Union Minister SP Singh Baghel. In the camp organized in association with SN Medical College, registrations for 35 units of Jumbo Packs took place. Managing Director Amit Kishore, Technical Director BM Sharma, Commercial Director SK Gupta, Shailendra Sharma, Praveen Kumar etc. were present.

Started organization issued help line number for RDP, Jumbo pack
Pramarsh Sansthan has issued help line number 9690350350 for Dengue patients in need of Random Donor Platelets and Single Donor Apheresis Platelets. Ankur said that on the call, after getting the complete information of the patient from the doctor, they share it on the group, in which the RDP, SDP are provided when the donor is found.

135 people donated blood
Mangalmurti Seva Samiti and Jeevan Kiran Sanstha donated blood in the camp organized at Naulakhkha. Pankaj Khandelwal, the department worker of RSS, the chief guest, appreciated the youth for saving the lives of the patients. Bhupendra Thakur, Manish Tomar, Anshul Thakur, Digvijay Nath Tiwari, Vishnu Katara, Mukul, Manoj, Sajal Bansal, Tinkle were.

Soldiers of crisis: These youths of Agra are saving the lives of others by donating plasma and blood

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There is an outbreak of dengue and viral fever in Agra division, so that there is no shortage of platelets and blood, social organizations are coming forward and donating blood. An organization has also issued a helpline number for blood and jumbo packs. At the same time, from government departments to private organizations, blood donation camps are being organized.

Plasma and blood were donated on Saturday last Saturday under the camp being run by Rotary Club at SN Medical College, Agra. Rotary Club member CA Udit Bansal donated plasma. Dr. Rinku Agarwal donated blood. In the four-day camp, people are being made aware to donate platelets. Club President Ashish Aggarwal said that Rotary Club has always been making people aware of social duties and will continue to do so. Blood Bank Incharge Dr. Neetu Chauhan said that society should come forward and donate plasma for social responsibility. During this, the former president of the club, Dr. Alok Mittal. Vinod Gupta. Tulika Agarwal etc. were present.

105 units of blood donation in the camp organized in DVVNL

In the absence of blood and platelets, no one can die of dengue. With this resolution, 105 employees of Dakshinachal Vidyut Vitran Nigam (DVVNL) donated blood in the camp organized at the headquarters on Sunday. The camp was inaugurated by Union Minister SP Singh Baghel. In the camp organized in association with SN Medical College, registration for 35 units of Jumbo Pack took place. Managing Director Amit Kishore, Technical Director BM Sharma, Commercial Director SK Gupta, Shailendra Sharma, Praveen Kumar etc. were present.

Started organization issued help line number for RDP, Jumbo pack

Pramarsh Sansthan has issued help line number 9690350350 for Dengue patients in need of Random Donor Platelets and Single Donor Apheresis Platelets. The president of the organization, Ankur said that after getting the complete information about the patient from the doctor on the phone, they share it on the group, in which the RDP, SDP are provided when the donor is found.

135 people donated blood

Mangalmurti Seva Samiti and Jeevan Kiran Sanstha donated blood in the camp organized at Naulakhakha. Pankaj Khandelwal, the department worker of RSS, the chief guest, appreciated the youth for saving the lives of the patients. Bhupendra Thakur, Manish Tomar, Anshul Thakur, Digvijay Nath Tiwari, Vishnu Katara, Mukul, Manoj, Sajal Bansal, Tinkle were.

Soldiers of crisis: These youths of Agra are saving the lives of others by donating plasma and blood

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