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Last Date2021-05-17
About Us

Blood cannot be manufactured in factories; it can only come from generous donors. To cater to this demand, “Apna Blood bank” was launched on 2019 with an unparalleled objective of solving the problem of blood shortage in India.

According to WHO data, India faces a shortage of 3 million blood units. This shortage can easily be eliminated if only an additional 2% of India's youth donates blood.To make this possible, “Apna Blood bank” acts as a channel connecting voluntary blood donors with those who need blood. It is a youth-run organization and provides free help and services to poor and the needy.

Our Vision & Mission

Our Mission:-

To serve the community by providing optimal quality blood and transfusion products & cost effective services through commitments, dedication and care and create an awareness by means of education in the field of transfusion medicine.

Our Vision:-

To recognized as the centre of excellence in procurement, processing, storage and distribution of blood and blood components through innovative and contemporary technology in compliance with international standards thus surpassing expectations and aimed at keeping the trust and confidence of all our end users.

Frequently Asked Question?

Blood is the red coloured fluid flowing continuously in the human body’s circulatory system. On average, a human being has about 5–6 litres of blood flowing in the body. About 7% of the body weight of a healthy individual is accounted for by blood.

Blood mainly contains a fluid called plasma which has three types of cells – red blood cells or RBCs, white blood cells or WBCs and platelets.

Usually, any person within the age group of 18–60 years with a minimum body weight of 45 kg, and having a minimum haemoglobin content of 12 g/dL is eligible to donate. However, all countries have criteria for blood donation in their respective countries.

Nothing special. The donor should eat at regular meal times and drink plenty of fluids.

The procedure is done by skilled, specially trained technicians and takes three to eight minutes. However, from start to finish (filling form, postdonation rest etc.) the entire process should take around 30 minutes.

Whole blood can be stored for up to 35 days, when kept in CPDA anticoagulant solution and refrigerated at 2–4 °C.

Yes. All blood units are tested for HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, malaria and antibodies to syphilis. Only those units of blood are transfused which are free from these infectious markers.

Our Services

Apna Whole Blood

Frozen Plasma (FFP)

Packed Red Blood cells (PRBC)

Platelet concentrate (RDP)


Platelets (Single Donor Platelets via cell separator)

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