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Emergency blood donation management system


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Project presentation of "Emergency blood donation management system" in online. The project submitted by Inforno group of CSE 22nd Batch of Dhaka International University.

Project presentation of "Emergency blood donation management system" in online. The project submitted by Inforno group of CSE 22nd Batch of Dhaka International University.

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  • 1. Dhaka International University Welcome
  • 2. Dhaka International University Emergency Blood Donation Management System Presented By  Md. Fahim Faysal Himel  Md. Zahid Hasan  Md. Mehedi Hasan  Md. Kawsar Amin  Md. Salim Iqbal asdfa  Md. Bulbul kabir
  • 3.  What is Blood donation?  Objectives  History of Blood Donation  Blood Donation Basics  Supply and screening  The donation Process
  • 4.  Project Implementation System Tools Functionalities of this System Organization of this site Security Of This system User Interface  Conclusions
  • 5. What is Blood donation? A blood donation occurs when a person Voluntarily has blood drawn and used for transfusion. Donation may be of whole-blood (WB), or of specific components directly.
  • 6. Objectives To conduct a study on blood donor management. To design an electronic blood donor management system. To validate the design using a prototype Support
  • 7. History of Blood Donation  Blood transfusion service became available in Bangladesh at the Dhaka Medical Collage Hospital in 1950.  An estimate from 2011 is that of the 500,000 units of blood required annually, only 25% come from voluntary donation, 20–25% from paid donors, and 50–55% from one-time donation for a specific patient.
  • 8. Blood Transfusion Basics  Blood transfusion is the process of transferring blood or blood components from one person to another  Transfusions are used to treat massive blood loss due to trauma or surgery  Also used to treat people suffering from blood disease
  • 9. Supply and screening  Blood supplies are often low, and drop usually in the summer  This is due to strict screening methods and a task of donors  All donated blood in our system are tested for HIV, Hepatitis, and other disease.  Our system has very specific screening requirements
  • 10. The donation Process  Before Donation  During donation  After Donation
  • 11. Before Donation  Generally, you must be at least 16 years of age.  Weight is minimum 110 pounds and in basic good health.  Checking of your pulse, blood pressure, temperature and hemoglobin.  The body contains 10 to 12 pints of blood. Your whole blood donation is approximately one pint.  Screening questions at each donation must be asked to ensure the safest possible blood supply.  Signature of your application to confirm that you have read understood the information.
  • 12. During donation  The needle, like all of the materials used for collection blood is new, sterilized, sealed and used only once.  You may feel a slight sting in the beginning lasting only a couple of seconds, but there should be no discomfort during the donation.  Donation process takes about 10-15minutes.  The entire donation process, from registration to post-donation refreshments, takes about one hour.
  • 13. After Donation  Most people feel great after giving blood.  If any abnormal symptoms, check it by the doctor.  Apply pressure for about five minutes to stop any bleeding.  Avoid any intense physical activity for six to eight hours.  The volume of fluids will adjust within a few hours of your donation.  The red blood cells will be replaced within a few weeks.  Be sure to eat well at your regular mealtimes and drink plenty of fluids.
  • 14. Functionalities of this System This system is used for maintaining whole information about Blood Donation. In this project mainly 3 modules are there.  Admin  Donors  Acceptors
  • 15. Admin The person who is able to observe and maintain whole system  Log in  Change Password  Maintain donor details  Update donor details  Accept Message  Logout Functionalities of this System(cont…)
  • 16. Donor A person who donate blood voluntarily  Log in  Change password  Update information.  Logout Functionalities of this System(cont…)
  • 17. Acceptor Who looks for blood and accept blood form donor Search a blood Emergency Message View donor list Functionalities of this System(cont…)
  • 18. Project Implementation System tools User Interface
  • 19. System Tools HTML CSS JavaScript PHP MySQL DataBase
  • 20. User Interface • Home
  • 21. User Interface(cont…) •Admin
  • 22. We Following MODEL
  • 23.  Business modeling  Data modeling  Process modeling  Application generation  Testing and turnover Phase Activity
  • 24. Limitation of the Manual system: time consuming leads to error prone results consumes lot of manpower lacks of data security Retrieval of data takes lot of time Percentage of accuracy is less Reports take time to produce
  • 25. Advantages over Manual system Access from any where of world Access at any time Quick Search Better Communication Optimize to volunteer Time Optimize Cost Optimize
  • 26. Security Of This system Only administrator can do any kind of insert, update and delete related operation.  User has no permission to do this kind of operation. secure form destroy data and any kind of illegal operation. It is easy to find out the operator.
  • 27. Conclusion This report presents the Blood Bank Management System related issues. Problem to calculate amount of blood in stock.  difficulty in identifying blood expiry date. In future we must overcome this drawback by using modern technologies.
  • 28. Reference • Blood donation. Retrieved March 06, 2014 from • HTML. Retrieved March 13, 2014, from • MySQL. Retrieved May 11, 2013, from install-mysql • CSS. Retrieved March 01, 2014, from • JQuery. Retrieved March 02, 2014, from • JavaScript. Retrieved March 30, 2014, from • PHP. Retrieved February 30, 2014, from • Principles of user interface. Retrieved March 06, 2014, from
  • 29. THANK YOU ALL Dhaka International University