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Importance of blood donation

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Dan Mitra Mandal (DMM) - Bopal - Ahmedabad and Green Cross Laboratory together organizing Voluntary Blood Donation Camp...

Do share this information with your friends and groups...

kindly acknowledge the confirmation of participation in this generous nobel event...

Looking for your great and kind support..........

Date: 08/07/2012 - SUNDAY

Venue: Purushotam Dham, New Anand Ashram, Ghuma Gam Chhella Bus-stand same,Ghumagam - Ahmedabad.

Respected donor will be provided-Blood tests report, Certificate of participation, complementary gift, routine breakfast, fruits.

thanks and its nice to see you @ event with friends and groups..........

Dan Mitra Mandal (DMM) - Bopal - Ahmedabad

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  • 1. Blood Donation Camp A Humble Initiative of Dan Mitra Mandal (DMM) to Save Lives Dan Mitra Mandal (DMM) Bopal – Ahmedabad. danmitramandal@gmail.com
  • 2. Importance of Blood donation Blood can be defined as the fluid we have in our bodies that carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. It also carries waste to be eliminated from the body. We have between 4 and 6 liters of blood in our adult bodies depending on size. Millions of people will need blood this year. There are tens of thousands of pints of blood that are needed every day to help people.
  • 3. Importance of blood donation Some of the reasons people need blood transfusions are: Accidents Cancer Sickle Cell Premature birth Surgery
  • 4. Importance of blood donation Almost all serious health issues use blood donated by people like you and me to save lives. Blood that is donated last a little more than 40 days. Then it must be disposed of. That means we need to constantly replenish the blood so it is there when someone needs it. Your blood could save a baby, a child, a mother, a father, a grandfather or a grandmother. One cannot make blood, it is a gift we all have inside of us to give to those who are injured, sick, or in need. Those are the best reasons to donate blood. Not everyone can save a life. But you have an opportunity to. Dont waste it.
  • 5. Importance of blood donation Blood is a liquid connective tissue that maintains the life process by continuous circulation. It travels about 100,000 miles in just few hours. Blood cells originate in bone marrows. Bone marrow is the soft and spongy material in the centre of the bone.
  • 6. Importance of blood donation Blood contains cells called the erythrocytes (RBC), leucocytes (WBC) and platelets suspended in a straw coloured fluid called the plasma. The primary function of RBC is to transport oxygen and carbon dioxide. They are characterized by the presence of haemoglobin (Hgb), an iron containing protein.
  • 7. Importance of blood donation The white blood cells (WBC) fight against bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections. The platelets are responsible for blood clotting.
  • 8. Who can donate the blood? Donor should be between 18-55 years of age with a weight of 50 kg or above with pulse rate, body temperature and blood pressure should be normal. Both men and women can donate. There are only few conditions in which donors are permanently excluded. The donor with history of epilepsy, psychotic disorders, abnormal bleeding tendencies, severe asthma, cardiovascular disorders, malignancy are permanently unfit for blood donation.
  • 9. Who can donate the blood? Donors suffering from disease like hepatitis, malaria, measles, mumps, and syphilis may donate blood after full recovery with 3-6 months gap. Also people who have undergone surgery, blood transfusion may safely donate blood after 6-12 mths for woman donors who are pregnant or lactating blood is not taken as their iron reserves are already on the lower side.
  • 10. How much blood can be taken? Our body has 5.5 litre of blood of which only 350 ml - 450 ml of blood is taken depending upon weight of donor. Majority of healthy adults can tolerate withdrawal of one unit of blood. The withdrawn blood volume is restored within 24 hours and the hemoglobin and cell components are restored in 2 months. Therefore it is safe to donate blood every three months.
  • 11. What is done with the blood collected? The blood collected in sterile, pyrogen free containers with anticoagulants like CPDA or CPDA with SAGM. This prevents clotting and provides nutrition for the cells. This blood is stored at 2-6 C or -20 C depending on the component prepared. Donated blood undergoes various tests like blood grouping antibody detection, testing of infections like hepatitis, AIDS, Malaria, syphilis and before it reaches the recipient it undergoes compatibility testing with the recipient blood.
  • 12. Modern Blood Transfusion: Modern blood transfusion basically deals with the optimal use of one unit of blood. One unit of whole blood is separated into components making it available to different patients according to their requirement. Thus one unit of blood is converted into packed cell volume, fresh frozen plasma, platelet concentrate, cryoprecipitate and granulocytes concentrate. Another important practice is apheresis.
  • 13. Modern Blood Transfusion: This is separation of only desired component from the donor and return the remaining constituent back to donor. This technique is also used for remaining pathological substance in patients. Withdrawal of blood for transfusion is regarded as a safe procedure now and blood donor has emerged as the single most vital link.
  • 14. Myths about blood donation Blood donation is one of the noblest works. But, in spite of the various reasons, for donating blood and encouraging others to do it, there are only few who actually do it. Need of the hour is to make people aware about the facts and myths regarding blood donation. So that people can contribute by without any fear or doubt. Many organizations organize blood donation camps but they get only few participants, this is a pitiable condition. There are too many myths associated with this noble cause that should be completely eradicated as soon as possible.
  • 15. Myths Vs Facts Myths Blood donation leads to weakness. Government hospitals prohibit blood from private Blood Banks. Blood Bank is a commercial and profit making activity. Women and girls cannot donate blood.
  • 16. Myths Vs Facts Facts Blood donation never leads to weakness it moreover brings in new energy. According to the NOC issued by the Government of India, government hospitals can take blood from any licensed Blood Bank. Blood Bank is completely a no profit, no loss service. Any healthy person, weighing more than 45 kgs. and in the age group of 18 to 60 can donate blood irrespective of their gender.
  • 17. Useful information to donors Universal Donor: O- (negative) group Universal Receiver: AB+( positive) group Life of Blood Storage:  Whole Blood : 35 Days  RBC: 42 Days  RDP: 5 Days  FFP and Cryo: 1 Year Also, while receiving blood you should take care of the expiry date of the blood and the blood group which are mentioned on Blood Bag.
  • 18. Instructions to blood donors before blood donation Take light refreshment / food before blood donation. (2 hours before) Any healthy person, from the age of 18 years with a weight of 45 kgs and above can donate blood. Women should avoid blood donation during their menstrual bleeding. Person who has consumed alchocol should avoid giving blood for next 24 hours. Person who had recent attack of infection like Jaundice, Typhoid, Malaria, Rubella, etc., should not give blood. Person who had undergone major surgery should avoid blood donation for 6 months. Pregnancy, lactating women should avoid blood donation.
  • 19. Instructions to blood donors after blood donation After donating blood, do not get up from the bed immediately. Lie down for next 5 minutes. Sit up for sometime and if you do not feel anything unusual, get up and proceed to the refreshment area. Please keep the arm of blood donation raised for 10 minutes with firm pressure at the site of donation. After blood donation, Please go to the refreshment room and have the refreshment. Plaster will be stuck at the venipunture site, from where blood has been collected. Your blood donation card, mentioning your blood group will be issued to you at the Camp spot.
  • 20. Instructions to blood donors after blood donation Your blood will be tested for HIV 1 & 2 Ab, HBsAg, HCV Ab, MP, MF & VDRL. After blood donation:-  Drink plenty of liquids for the whole day.  Eat well and do not remain hungry.  Do not smoke for half an hour.  Do not do any heavy exercises on that day.  Do not drive any vehicle for 1-2 hours.  Do not participate in sports and games on the day of blood donation. If there is any bleeding from the place from where blood is collected, apply pressure and raise the arm for a few minutes.
  • 21. Instructions to blood donors after blood donation If there is any swelling or bluish discolouration or pain at the site of blood donation apply ice. The swelling and colour will resolve in 2-3 days. If you feel giddy or weak after blood donation, lie down with legs elevated or sit down with the head between knees. If the symptoms persist or if there is any other problem, please consult your doctor or contact our Medical Officer. Remove the plaster applied after 5-6 hours. You can donate blood again, only after 3 months for (male) and 4 months for (female).
  • 22. BLOOD DONATION CAMP BY DMM In this regards, We Dan Mitra Mandal (DMM) AndGreen cross laboratory together organizing blood donation camp On 08/07/2012 – SUNDAY Venue: Purushotam Dham, New Anand Ashram Opp. Ghumagam Last Bus Stand Ghumagam – Ahmedabad. TIME: 09.00 am --- 03.00 pm
  • 23. BLOOD DONATION CAMP BY DMMSo this time, my dear friends, ‘Donate Blood’ and give somebody a GIFT OF LIFE .
  • 24.  Looking forward for your huge affirmative response See you at event on 08th July -2012 from 09:00 am to 03:00 pm.
  • 25. CONTACT: FOR ANY ASSISTANCE, QUERY OR DETAILS:Mr. Maheshdan: 099250 44100Mr. Jayesh: 099249 11142Mr. Vishal: 098244 35807Mr. Ram: 093761 32876Mr. Vipul: 092282 88755Mr. Vivek: 088660 18436Mr. Chirag: 094280 00005Mr. Krishna: 099252 67267