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BLOOD BANKING SYSTEM
Blood Banking System : Blood Storage Centres
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The Blood donated is collected in ‘Blood Donation Camps’ or as ‘Voluntary Donation’ in Blood
Banks.
Blood Banks are in Government Public Hospitals (40) as well as in Private Hospitals(159). There
are also stand-alone Blood Banks (16).
The NACO has assisted 66 Blood Banks, i.e. 40 Govt. BBs + 26 Private BBs, by providing
equipment, consumables and refreshment charges.
The Indian Red Cross Society run Blood Banks are given the status on par with that of
Government, to conduct ‘Blood Donation Camps’. While other Private Blood Banks have to obtain
permission to conduct of Blood Donation Camps.
As on 15.7.2016 the details of the Institutions under Blood Banking System in Karnataka is :
Institution
Government
Private
Total
Blood Banks
40
159
199
With comp.
separation units
23
97
120
Blood Storage
Centres
152
44
196
( above data from Office of the Drug Controller, Karnataka)
Licensing and Registration : by the Drug Control Department
as on 15th July 2016
Govt
Private
Total
199
196
159
152
120
97
44
40
23
Blood Banks
BBs with component seperation units
Blood Storage Units
Blood Banking System : contd.
The ‘stake-holders’ for Blood Banking System are : The Drug Control Department ( Regulatory Department )
 The Department of Health & Family Welfare ( collection &
utilization Dept.)
 The Medical Education Department (collection & utilization Dept.)
 The Karnataka AIDS Prevention Society ( Blood Safety & NACO
support)
 The NIC Karnataka ( providing IT support )
Blood Banking System contd.
 Hon’able Chief Minister of Karnataka, inaugurated the renovated-refurbished Blood
Bank Monitoring website on June 18th, 2015 : Blood Donors Day.
 This website has the ‘stock’ details of Blood and Blood Components available in all the
Blood Banks in Karnataka for Public viewing. While the Stakeholders can login and
monitor the stock updating both for the Blood Banks and Blood Storage Centres.
 The Blood Banking System in Karnataka is coordinated between six stakeholder
institutions of the Government. The on-line monitoring of stock is on the website :
www.blood.kar.nic.in regularly on a daily basis, available as ‘JEEVA SANJEEVINI’.
 The daily stock details of the Blood Banks and Blood Storage Centres are available on
the website : www.blood.kar.nic.in, both of Government and Private Institutions.
 The website : www.blood.kar.nic.in is hosted and is a part of the website of the Drug
Control Department of Karnataka www.drugs.kar.nic.in as ‘Availability of Blood’. This is
accessible from the H&FW Department website, as ‘NEED BLOOD’
 The Stock updating is done on a daily basis, which is monitored by the NIC Karnataka
and Drug Control Department.
 The Karnataka Health System Development and Reform Project ( a WB project of
DoHFW, GoK) is providing computer hard-ware system to 164 Govt. Institutions to
strengthen the on-line updating of the stock, specially those of Blood Storage Centres in
Govt Institutions.
 The NHM Karnataka is providing the services of 177 Lab Technicians, on contractual
basis to strengthen the Blood Storage Centre services and the regular daily updating of
stock on-line.
• The National Health Mission is providing the services of
Laboratory Technicians on contract basis for 177
Institutions, i.e. 146 Taluk hospitals and 31 non THs
where Blood Storage Centres are present.
• This is to strengthen the Blood Banking Monitoring
System in the State, i.e. to ensure that the Govt Blood
Storage Centres update the stock regularly on a daily
basis on the website www.blood.kar.nic.in
• Like-wise the Blood Banks are updating the Blood and
Blood component Stock regularly on the website
www.blood.kar.nic.in
Blood Banking contd.
• The National Health Mission has supported the training
of 75 Medical Officers of the Blood Storage Centres and
57 Laboratory Technicians of the Blood Storage Centres
in the Govt. Hospitals.
• The training is conducted by the Dept of Transfusion
Medicine, NIMHANS Bengaluru
Service charges KSBTC
16.06.2015
Blood
Whole blood
Blood components
Govt.
(In Rs.)
Private
(In Rs.)
BPL
Free
700
Others
350
700
Packed Blood Cells
300
600
Platelets
200
400
Fresh frozen
plasma
200
400
Cryoprecipitate
100
200