A Final year Project ByKoushik N 1BM09CS025Manju B K S 1BM09CS032Manjunatha S Ingaleshwar 1BM09CS033Praveen kumar G 1BM09CS053 Under the guidance of SARITHA A N Asst Professor BMSCE
PURPOSE: The purpose is to meet the challenging requirement of modern day blood to efficiently collect blood during emergency.SCOPE: This system presents an alert system to the donor about requirement of their blood to a person in need and also provides online status of blood group wise availability of blood units in all the licensed blood banks in the state.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Scarcity of rare blood group. Unavailability of blood during emergency. Less awareness among people about blood donation and blood transfusion. Deaths due to lack of blood during operations.
IMPLEMENTATION Designing a medical web application that collects information of volunteer blood donors and alerts the donors about requirement of blood during emergency. A front end user interface webpage design. Creating a database of volunteers blood donor with location, blood group, phone number etc attributes. Syncing the application data with google maps to locate the various places. Finding out the volunteers nearby. Automatic sending of alerts to volunteers stating requirement of their blood. Integrated messenger. Shortcuts for Facebook and Gmail in the homepage.
HOW I DO This section provides you with information and online services to avail various Citizen Services being provided through this website. The list, however, is not exhaustive, as we are committed to adding more other online services into this website. Keep visiting this section for new updates!! Check availability of blood stocks. Online registration of blood donor. Check the status of issued blood.
ADVANTAGES Provides a paperless donor room . Real time information form collection to testing and use of blood and blood products. The citizen can access the availability of blood units by using website, SMS. Alert mechanism for regular donors, other blood organizations.
IMPORTANCE OF BLOOD BANK• Blood banks are laboratory centers that are responsible for the collection, processing, typing, safety and storage of blood for research and medical purposes.• Most blood collected for medical use is transfused into patients who need blood because of trauma, for surgery or as therapeutic treatment of diseases, such as sickle cell disease and anemia and as a result of chemotherapy In all, 23 million units of blood are transfused annually, according to the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB).
BLOOD TRANSFUSION Blood transfusion is the process of receiving blood products into ones circulation intravenously. Transfusions are used in a variety of medical conditions to replace lost components of the blood. Early transfusions used whole blood, but modern medical practice commonly uses only components of the blood, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, clotting factors, and platelets.
STORAGE OF BLOOD IN BANK Short-term storage Long-term storage Routine blood storage is 42 Long-term storage is days or 6 weeks for stored relatively uncommon, packed red blood cells or compared to short-term pRBC (the most common storage. Cryopreservation blood product), and of red blood cells is done to involves refrigeration but store rare units for up to 10 usually not freezing. years.