Blood Bank at Sarvodaya Hospital & Research Centre (SHRC) is committed to deliver high quality services by assuring the supply of safe and quality blood and its products to the patients.
The department is headed by highly competent professionals, trained in transfusion medicine along with qualified nursing and technical staff. We deliver the finest quality with reliability, through our cutting-edge technology.
Approximately 8,000 blood units were issued to various patients in the year 2019. The patients who were provided with blood for transfusion include Road traffic accidents victims, thalassemia children, cancer patients and patients undergoing various surgeries where blood loss was anticipated.
Blood Components Available:
Packed Red Blood Cells (PRBC)
Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP)
Random Platelet Concentrate
Special components like leukoreduced blood component and irradiated components
Support to Thalassemia, a CSR initiative:
We, as our CSR activity, provide free blood and blood transfusion facilities to a number of thalassemia patients referred to us by NGOs.
*THE BLOOD BANK IS LICENSED BY CENTRAL DRUGS STANDARD CONTROL ORGANIZATION (CDSCO), INDIA
Deliver rapid response to urgent requests for blood components
Check pre-transfusion samples and requests
Strict Pre-Donation Screening of Blood for detecting Transfusion Transmissible Infections (TTI)
Assess immunological compatibility between donor and patient
Select suitable blood component for each clinical condition
Follow strict donor safety criteria
Safe delivery and handling of blood components
Precise ABO Typing (Blood Group Test) and Cross Matching Test using ‘Column Agglutination Method’ - One of the Advanced Technologies for Blood Compatibility Testing
Huge capacity to store 1000 Fresh Frozen Plasma, 50-60 Platelet concentrate and approximately 500 PRBCs at a time
Peripheral Blood Stem Cell harvesting to support stem cell (bone marrow) transplantation unit
Apheresis platelets or single donor platelets collection (blood collected from a single donor with an automated cell separator) to reduce disease transmission, and alloimmunisation