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- When a need for any blood component arises, anyone on the patient's behalf can call us on our number 03-314868
- Our operator will collect specific information: Patient's name, blood type, hospital admitted to, transfusion reasons, and caller's name (Need to call hospital to confirm the data)
- We will screen our database and select the most suitable volunteer to answer your demand
- The donors will be contacted and sent to donate (Call donors to follow-up on their donation)
- The operator will contact you to confirm that the donation has been made
DONNER SANG COMPTER is a non-profitable organization and relies on donation for its sustainability. If you wish to support us and our cause please follow this link.For donors or volunteers:
- You can register to our database through our online link, by contacting us or enrolling during our recruitment campaigns.
- Upon demand, our operator will contact you and if you are ready and available to donate you will be directed to the concerned health center.
- In the blood bank, you will fill the donor form (specific to each hospital) and will undergo tests of blood pressure, pulse and blood hemoglobin content (by taking a drop of blood from your finger) to confirm that donating will not harm you.
- If you are estimated eligible for donation, the blood bank staff will clean and disinfect your arm and proceed with drawing out one unit of blood (450mL). The process will take around 6 to 10 minutes.
All medical equipments used for this process are sterile, used once and disposed to eradicate any risk of contamination.