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DNYA Blood Donation Camps by Members

We the Members of DNYA and others for Every 3 to 4 months organizes Voluntary blood donations camps in various localities

By conducting a Blood Donation camp and creating awareness of the importance of blood donation. That is exactly what DNYA is doing. The creative and innovative Members of DNYA brought out colorful posters highlighting the importance of blood donation with catchy slogans which motivated the people to come forward and donate blood.

The doctors and the staff of various blood banks extended their fullest cooperation to make the camp a success. The donor’s contribution was appreciated and acknowledged. We hope from this camps will motivate and inspire more people to participate in social projects in the future also.

we believe the youth should come forward to donate blood. Youngsters completing 18 years should make it a point to celebrate their adulthood by donating blood at this camp

Advantages of collection of blood from camps:
  • Intending donors get opportunity to donate according to their convenience.
  • Familiar faces and known atmosphere help in the shedding of fear complex by the first time donors.
  • Community participation.
  • Recruits new donors.
  • Health status and habits of intending blood donors are known to
  • organisers, quality blood is assured due to self exclusion.
  • Demonstration effect.
  • Convert non-donor to donor.
  • Help in donor retention.
Care that a donor should take after donating blood.
  • Eat and Drinks something before leaving
  • Drink more liquids than usual in next 4 hours
  • Avoid consuming alcohol until you have eating something
  • Don't smoke for next 30 minutes
  • Avoid climbing steps for next 30 minutes
  • If there is bleeding from the phlebotomy site, raise the arm and apply pressure
  • If fainting or dizziness occurs, either lie down or site with the head between the knees
  • Resume all normal activities if no symptoms occur
  • Remove bandage next day
What exactly happens during blood-donation?
Giving blood is a very simple and straight forward process. On arrival at a blood drive, you will be asked to fill a few details on a donor form. Your medical history will be taken by a medical personnel in an area which provides adequate privacy. We routinely take a small drop of blood to ensure that you aren't anemic. After you pass this simple medical screening process, you will be escorted to a blood donation area. The actual blood donation takes about 10 minutes followed by a little rest and refreshments.
 
What should I eat after blood donation?
Drink some liquid like tea, cold drink, juice, etc. to replenish fluid and eat some snacks. All this will be available for you at the blood donation site.
 
What does a blood bank do?
It collects blood, processes it in its components, tests for any possible disease, stores blood components at optimum temperature and gives these to the needy patients after cross matching.
 
What happens to blood I donate?
Your blood goes to a modern blood bank - Prathama Blood Center. Within 6 hours of Blood collection its processing starts at Prathama Blood Centre. It is separated into components viz. Red Cells, White Cells, Plasma & Platelets. These Blood components are made available to Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation Hospitals, Govt. Hospitals, Nursing Homes. Medical setups, which do not have blood storage facilities, send their samples to us for cross matching following which blood is sent to them directly. All this is to ensure fastest response to the patient’s need. This is how each time you donate blood you save up to 4 lives.
 
Why blood components?
In modern medicine there is no room for whole blood. Developed countries have switched over to blood components for more than 20 years. Unfortunately in India still 95% of the blood is used as whole blood. By making blood components, all the useful parts of blood can be used. In whole blood, platelets die and clotting factors become ineffective and the patient receives unwanted and ineffective components.
 
What all things you test my blood for?
Automatic and highly sensitive Robotic blood testing set up is used to test each and every unit of blood for HIV Virus (AIDS), Hepatitis B & C virus (Jaundice) Malaria Parasite, Syphilis and also blood groups. Bar Code systems, fully integrated computer network, real time information processing makes our lab only of its kind in India. This lab ensures highest level of blood safety to each unit of blood. Thanks to robotic machines the lab technicians also have minimal contact with the blood, which ensures their safety from blood transmitted disease.