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Blood Group Finder-A LifeLine for Android

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  • Blood group finder- Give the gift of life 'donate blood' to the person who is in need.
  • Last updated on March 18, 2020
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Blood group finder- Give the gift of life 'donate blood' to the person who is in need.

Blood group finder- Give the gift of life 'donate blood' to the person who is in need.

Many die in need of blood- Let's come together on one platform to help the needy directly by providing him with the life saving blood.

All you need to do is download this app and register yourself. Within no time it will search the nearby blood doners. You can easily send request to the registered user on app and help the person who needs blood. The searching is totaly based on the users location.

Lets not waste time in liking irrelevant stuff on social networking website, instead make effort to safe many lives. and feel proud of yourself.

Have a generous spirit, a desire to give back to the community and help others.

Do you want to b a life Saver?

So, Download this Blood Group finder app now and play an integral role in the delivery of morden healthcare.

'Be a part to the life saving Contribution'

The two main blood group systems in transfusion practice are the ABO system and the Rh(D) type. Identification of the correct blood group is important to prevent reaction following transfusion.

Within the ABO system, people can be one of four groups - O, A, B or AB, while in the Rh(D) system they can be either Rh(D) positive or Rh(D) negative. Each system is inherited independently of the other. As a result, there are eight main blood groups.

An A negative patient may receive blood from an O negative or an A negative donor.

Rh(D) negative patients should not normally receive Rh(D) positive red cells, this is particularly important in women of childbearing age.

Type O negative donors are referred to as "the universal donors" because in an emergency their red cells can be transfused to people who have any blood type. Because any patient can receive type O negative blood, there is a particular need for O negative donors to give regularly.


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