The blood bank of Radha Govind Hospital works strictly according to the provisions of Government and FDCA. The bank is fully equipped & licensed for blood collection (phlebotomy), T T I, serological Screenings with Elisa Component separation. Radha Govind Hospital collects and store blood and its components from voluntary donors, and strictly avoids professional donors or paid donors. RGH is responsible for the safe supply of blood for transfusion. There is a screening of blood donors for infectious disease such as HIV, Malaria, VDRL and Hepatitis B.
The Blood Bank works round the clock to serve the patients and to tackle any emergency. Apart from the routine blood donation, cross matching and coomb’s test, it also maintains a voluntary blood donor database to help the patients. The Bank is furnished with high tech Equipments and instruments, Donor waiting area and Reception.
The donors are registered and prescreened for medical conditions such as Weight B.P HB, Pulse Rate, CVS, R S, Temperature etc. A detailed clinical history is also taken from the donors. After donation all the donors are provided with refreshment and drugs when necessary.
All the bloods collected are tested for different diseases, infections or deficiencies as required under government norms. Efficient quality controls are ensured in storage and issue of blood. Every bio waste (hazardous blood or contaminated with blood) is verified by the supervisor, M.O, health inspector before issuing to biomedical waste collection agency. The lab premises, equipments and reusable items are sterilized and disinfected.