Convenience: One unit of blood will now save three lives

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Bhiwani. Now the district patients will be able to get the facility of all the blood components at the same civil hospital i.e. one unit of blood will save the life of three patients. The biggest advantage would be that only the blood component that the patient needs and not the whole blood can be given. For this, the component separator machine has been started in the blood bank, although it will be officially launched soon. Thalassemia patients need RBCs, dengue patients need platelets, burn patients need plasma, and FFP and HIV patients need WBCs. After the arrival of this machine, instead of giving the whole unit of blood to the patient, only the necessary elements are given.
Only the necessary components will be offered, the first was the alternative arrangement
Human blood contains components called plasma, platelets and packed red blood cells, serum, erythrocytes. One unit of blood can save the lives of three patients. Until now, the civil hospital only operated on an alternate arrangement, meaning if a patient needed platelets, it would give him fresh blood. In other cases such as plasma, red blood cells, serum, erythrocytes, only whole blood is transfused as needed. In this situation, a single patient would have to be given a unit of blood that could have been useful for three people. Not only this, other components would have been given in the form of blood other than the component that was needed in the patient’s body, but now this will not happen. Now only the necessary components will be offered to patients.
the machine will work like this
In the machine, the bags of blood units will be stored in 16 plastic buckets simultaneously. In which the weight of the bag of blood units must be the same. The machine will then turn on and spin slightly, after which the platelets, white blood cells, and plasma will move into the upper box, while the red blood cells will go into the lower box. The bag containing the red blood cells will then be removed. The machine will then turn on and spin at high speed, after which the platelets will go to the bottom box and the plasma will rise. After that, they’ll both get away with doing the same thing. This will allow different granules to be prepared in the same machine.
The civil hospital had eight new LTs
After a long time, the Department of Health has eight new laboratory technicians. Of these, six laboratory technicians have been donated to the civil hospital’s laboratory number 25 while two LTs will be donated to the blood bank. However, the Health Department assures that more new LTs will be appointed soon, who will be sent to the field.
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The blood separator machine separates the components of the blood. This machine separates red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma. This facility will be available for the first time in a civil hospital, it will benefit many patients.
– Dr. Monica Sangwan, head of the Blood Bank, Civil Hospital.
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A blood separator machine has been commissioned in the hospital’s blood bank. With this, patients will be able to get the installation of the blood component in the same district, which will prove much better. With this, the blood cells will be separated, which will save the lives of three people.
– Dr. Raghubir Shandilya, Civil Surgeon.

Bhiwani. Now the district patients will be able to get the facility of all the blood components at the same civil hospital i.e. one unit of blood will save the life of three patients. The biggest advantage would be that only the blood component that the patient needs and not the whole blood can be given. For this, the component separator machine has been started in the blood bank, although it will be officially launched soon. Thalassemia patients need RBCs, dengue patients need platelets, burn patients need plasma, and FFP and HIV patients need WBCs. After the arrival of this machine, instead of giving the whole unit of blood to the patient, only the necessary elements are given.

Only the necessary components will be offered, the first was the alternative arrangement

Human blood contains components called plasma, platelets and packed red blood cells, serum, erythrocytes. One unit of blood can save the lives of three patients. Until now, the civil hospital only operated on an alternate arrangement, meaning if a patient needed platelets, it would give him fresh blood. In other cases such as plasma, red blood cells, serum, erythrocytes, only whole blood is transfused as needed. In this situation, a single patient would have to be given a unit of blood that could have been useful for three people. Not only this, other components would have been given in the form of blood other than the component that was needed in the patient’s body, but now this will not happen. Now only the necessary components will be offered to patients.

the machine will work like this

In the machine, the bags of blood units will be stored in 16 plastic buckets simultaneously. In which the weight of the bag of blood units must be the same. The machine will then turn on and spin slightly, after which the platelets, white blood cells, and plasma will move into the upper box, while the red blood cells will go into the lower box. The bag containing the red blood cells will then be removed. The machine will then turn on and spin at high speed, after which the platelets will go to the bottom box and the plasma will rise. After that, they’ll both get away with doing the same thing. This will allow different granules to be prepared in the same machine.

The civil hospital had eight new LTs

After a long time, the Department of Health has eight new laboratory technicians. Of these, six laboratory technicians have been donated to the civil hospital’s laboratory number 25 while two LTs will be donated to the blood bank. However, the Health Department assures that more new LTs will be appointed soon, who will be sent to the field.

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The blood separator machine separates the components of the blood. This machine separates red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma. This facility will be available for the first time in a civil hospital, it will benefit many patients.

– Dr. Monica Sangwan, head of the Blood Bank, Civil Hospital.

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A blood separator machine has been commissioned in the hospital’s blood bank. With this, patients will be able to get the installation of the blood component in the same district, which will prove much better. With this, the blood cells will be separated, which will save the lives of three people.

– Dr. Raghubir Shandilya, Civil Surgeon.

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