Introduction describes the societal and social role of donating blood, and focuses on the message of blood donation.
It focuses on the major reason of blood donation.
Moreover, it puts light on the importance of blood donation
It describes the WHO stats regarding yearly donation of blood or blood transfusions.
Blood transfusions save lives and improve health, but millions of patients who need and cannot access them time.
Difference experienced and resarcheres regarding the blood transfussions are discussed.
Awareness program regarding the blood donation program are running and even education regarding importance of it are taught in the class.
Blood transfusion method are also discusssed
The major importance if blood donation based on social and religion teaching are also discussed.
It give the overview regarding the blood donation which conclude that it is a true gesture of solidarity within the reach of all; it costs nothing but the essence of life flowing in our veins, and can be done in no time without disrupting an already full agenda.
Importance of Donating Blood
The promotion of blood donation is the human and social side of the transfusion. In this work, different segments of society have a crucial role, acting as multipliers and disseminators of the message of blood donation. The transfusion of blood or its derivatives has become an indispensable part in the current health care. The increase in accidents, the creation of intensive care units, and the important needs of some patients who were previously considered unrecoverable are some elements that have led to this increasing demand for blood. These and other problems have also dramatically increased the needs of blood products (plasma, cell concentrates, antihemophilic factors, etc) (Bennett, 2009). A gesture of solidarity can help save a life. Generally, a situation limit as death, man becomes aware that such actions are possible donate blood, which can be critical to recovery from a serious person sick.
According to the World Health Organization, each year are set out in the world 81 million units of blood. However, only 45% of these donations were made in developing countries and transition economies, where more than 80% of the world's population. Blood transfusions save lives and improve health, but millions of patients who need and cannot access them time (Connelly, 1998). Many people die from lack of availability of safe blood, even in some urban medical centers. To meet the needs of a country's blood is enough that between 1% and 3% of its population donate. However, donor represent less than 1% of the population in 73 countries, 70 of which are developing countries and economies in transition, the report says WHO. Statistics indicate that in Argentina 1.5 million transfused blood units and notes that nine of every 10 people will need at some point in their life a blood transfusion or blood product some for themselves or someone they know. According to a Gallup poll released in Argentina last March, only 40% of respondents had ever donated blood (Copeman, 2009). 82% had done at the express request of people in ...