The gift of blood is the gift of life
Blood Bank is aimed at promoting the awareness of blood donation among the public. It is committed to stay ahead of all linguistic-rational-religious-political differences and shall be fully focusing its objectives in health care activities, with technology support from WebCastle Media Pvt. Ltd., Cochin.
Blood Bank Society is registered as per The TCLSCS Registration Act XII of 1956 under the Government of West Bengal.
Blood donation refers to a practice where people donate their blood to people so it helps them with their health problems. Blood is one of the most essential fluids of our body that helps in the smooth functioning of our body. If the body loses blood in excessive amounts, people to get deadly diseases and even die. Thus, we see how blood donation is literally life-saving which helps people. It is also a sign of humanity that unites people irrespective of caste, creed, religion and more.
Why Donate Blood?
Our nation requires 4 Crore Units of Blood while only 40 lakh units are available. Every two seconds, someone needs Blood. There is no substitue for human blood as it cannot be manufactured.
Blood donation is an extremely noble deed, yet there is a scarcity of regular donors across India.
From one unit of blood, red blood cells can be extracted for use in trauma or surgical patients. Plasma, the liquid part of blood, is administered to patients with clotting problems. The third component of blood, platelets, clot the blood when cuts or other open wounds occur, and are often used in cancer and transplant patients. Cryoprecipitated anti-hemophilic factor (AHF) is also used for clotting factors.