Only 48 units of blood left in the district blood bank

Only 48 units of blood left in the district blood bank
Bijnor In the district, the blood clot has started to fall. The government has banned the organization of blood donation camps in the past two months due to the transition period from Corona. In such a situation, the patient and his family face this problem even during the crisis. There are now only 48 units of blood left in the District Blood Fund.
The district hospital has a total capacity of 300 units of blood in the district hospital. Now only 16 percent of it is left, i. H. About 48 units of blood, left. In such an emergency there is anemia in the blood bank for pregnant and pregnant women, the seriously ill and those at risk of accidents.
Blood is only left for emergencies
However, in a critical situation, the relatives of the patients donate and deliver blood. Some organizations have also volunteered in this work. Even so, pregnant, obstetric, terminally ill and accident-prone people only have blood for accidental blood needs.
Capacity of 300, only 48 units of blood left
The only state blood bank in the District Blood Fund is suffering from acute blood loss. This blood bank has a capacity of 300 units of blood, but only 48 units of blood are available here. On normal days, 100-150 units of blood are stored in this bank, but the effect of the second corona wave is clearly visible.
The consumption of 20 units of blood occurs on normal days.
The county hospital’s blood corpus consumes 15 to 20 units of blood per day on normal days, whereas today, with the completion of OPD and other severe cases in the corona period, only four to five units of blood are required. In an emergency, the demand reaches eight units. There have been no major problems recently due to the lack of blood in the district.
Negative group blood is absent
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Shankar, district blood bank officer, says there is a persistent shortage of blood type negative antigen in the blood bank. There are two types of O-positive, six of B-positive, and no unit of any kind except AB-positive and A-negative in the blood epithelium.
Blood exchange problems too
District Blood Fund technical officer Rakesh Kumar Chauhan said that the patient’s family members also face blood exchange problems due to the existence of a numbered blood group. Typically three to four units of blood per day are required in the womens and maternity wards of the district hospital. The relatives of pregnant and pregnant women are also willing to donate blood, but due to the availability of some blood types, their problems remain.

Only 48 units of blood left in the district blood bank

Bijnor In the district, the blood clot has started to fall. The government has banned the organization of blood donation camps in the past two months due to the corona transition period. In such a situation, the patient and his family face this problem even during the crisis. There are now only 48 units of blood left in the District Blood Fund.

The district hospital has a total capacity of 300 units of blood in the district hospital. Now only 16 percent of it is left, i. H. About 48 units of blood, left. In such an emergency there is anemia in the blood bank for pregnant and pregnant women, the seriously ill and those at risk of accidents.

Blood is only left for emergencies

However, in a critical situation, the relatives of the patients donate and deliver blood. Some organizations have also volunteered in this work. Even so, pregnant, obstetric, terminally ill and accident-prone people only have blood for accidental blood needs.

Capacity of 300, only 48 units of blood left

The only state blood bank in the District Blood Fund is suffering from acute blood loss. This blood bank has a capacity of 300 units of blood, but only 48 units of blood are available here. On normal days, 100-150 units of blood are stored in this bank, but the effect of the second corona wave is clearly visible.

The consumption of 20 units of blood occurs on normal days.

The county hospital’s blood corpus consumes 15 to 20 units of blood per day on normal days, whereas today, with the completion of OPD and other serious cases in the corona period, only four to five units of blood are required. In an emergency, the demand reaches eight units. Recently, the district has not experienced any major problems due to anemia.

Negative group blood is absent

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Shankar, district blood bank officer, says there is a persistent shortage of blood type negative antigen in the blood bank. There are two types of O-positive, six of B-positive, and no unit of any kind except AB-positive and A-negative in the blood epithelium.

Blood exchange problems too

District Blood Fund technical officer Rakesh Kumar Chauhan said that the patient’s family members also face blood exchange problems due to the existence of a numbered blood group. Typically three to four units of blood per day are required in the womens and maternity wards of the district hospital. The relatives of pregnant and pregnant women are also willing to donate blood, but due to the availability of some blood types, their problems remain.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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