Do you know what happens after you Donate your Blood?                      


                                                      Types of Blood Donation   

Whole Blood Donation

  • Whole blood is frequently given to trauma patients and people undergoing surgery.
  • All blood types allowed.


AB Elite Plasma Donation

  • AB plasma donation is used in emergency and trauma situation which helps to stop bleeding.
  • Allowed blood groups are AB+, AB-.


Platelet Donation

  • Platelets are vital elements of cancer treatment and organ transplantation procedures, as well as other surgical procedure.
  • Allowed blood groups are A+, A-, B+, B-, O+, AB+, AB-.


Power Red Donation

  • People who suffer from trauma, sickle cell anaemia, birth complications and blood loss will be treated with red blood cells from Power Red Donation.
  • Allowed blood groups are O+, A-, B-, O-.                                                                                                                                                    


  • 5 Crore Units of Blood is required for Indians but only 2.5 Crore Units of Blood is available.
  • Every 2 Seconds someone needs Blood.
  • Every day more than 38,000 Blood Donation are needed.
  • 30 Million Blood components are getting transfused every year.
  • Approximately 3 Pints is the average Red Blood cells needed during Transfusion.
  • Most requested type of Blood Group is “O”.


Be A Blood Donor!

  • Share your Blood Donating Selfie with your friends and be an inspiration for others to become donors.
  • Always leave an appointment for your next donation.
  • By Donating Blood, you are not only helping others but yourself because after donating blood, your blood will get replenish within 4 to 6 weeks and son you can lead a healthy life.
  • You can save 3 Lives if you can Donate Blood once in a year.      
  • Voluntary Blood Donation should be done to save more Lives.
  • More than 1 Million people are suffering from cancer and a single car accident victim can require more than 100 Units of Blood.







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