First held in the year 2005, World Blood Donor Day is observed on June 14th every year. It resulted because of the collective efforts of the World Health Organisation and International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. It aims to raise awareness about blood donation and to express gratitude to every individual stepping forward for it. After all, blood cannot be replaced but, when transferred, can save several lives
Well, did you know that one person donating blood can save the lives of up to three people? Many facts like these can leave you intrigued.
In this blog, let’s learn about some of them:
A blood service that can provide blood and its products to patients in adequate quantity is needed for an effective health system. To save patients and their attendants from the hassle and worry of arranging blood and its products, we at Sohana Hospital have an in-house blood bank. The department aims to ensure that no lives have to suffer due to the unavailability of blood or ineffective health care services.