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Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital provides safe blood to its beneficiaries without any discrimination. The registered patients of the hospital gets its services 2 to 3 times in a month whereas, the unregistered patients also takes its services as per the needs. The general Govt/private hospitals and especially the patients of the gynecological cases are preferred.
For Thalassemia/Hemophilia/Blood Cancer patients:-
RBCs for Thalassaemia Patients:
Blood:
Blood is a liquid tissue. Suspended in the watery plasma are seven types of cells and cell fragments.
red blood cells (RBCs) or erythrocytes
platelets or thrombocytes
five kinds of white blood cells (WBCs) or leukocytes
Three kinds of granulocytes
neutrophils
eosinophils
basophils
Two kinds of leukocytes without granules in their cytoplasm
lymphocytes
monocytes
Red blood cells are responsible for the transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide.
White Blood Cells (leukocytes)
White blood cells
are much less numerous than red (the ratio between the two is around 1:700),
Hamza foundation welfare hospital provides the Blood to the Thalassaemia patients most of these patients are registered with the organization and take regular blood transfusions from the hospital free of cost. The Thalassaemia patients registered with other organizations if cannot get blood there also take the services of Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital. We encourage the people to register the patients of Thalassaemia with Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital if they know someone in their families or surroundings.
Blood Products for Hemophilia:
Platelets:
Platelets are cell fragments produced from megakaryocytes.
Blood normally contains 150,000–350,000 per microliter (µl) or cubic millimeter (mm3). This number is normally maintained by a homeostatic (negative-feedback) mechanism.
If this value should drop much below 50,000/µl, there is a danger of uncontrolled bleeding because of the essential role that platelets have in blood clotting.
Some causes:
certain drugs and herbal remedies;
autoimmunity.
When blood vessels are cut or damaged, the loss of blood from the system must be stopped before shock and possible death occur. This is accomplished by solidification of the blood, a process called coagulation or clotting.
Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital provides Plasma to the patients of Hemophilia. They are also registered with the organization. We also intend to provide the patients with factor 8 injections as a substitute of plasma (when we get the sufficient economical support).
Awareness Programs
Blood Cancer:
Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital provides the platelets to the patients of blood cancer treatment specialized hospital(s) free of any charges.
Blood Transfusions:
At Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital, we collect blood from blood donors through blood camps and others.
Some of these units ("whole blood") were transfused directly into patients (e.g., to replace blood lost by trauma or during surgery).
Most were further fractionated into components, including:
RBCs. When refrigerated these can be used for up to 42 days.
Platelets. These must be stored at room temperature and thus can be saved for only 5 days.
Plasma. This can be frozen and stored for up to a year.
Ensuring the safety of donated blood:
A variety of infectious agents can be present in blood.
Viruses (e.g., HIV-1, hepatitis B and C, HTLV, West Nile virus
Bacteria like the spirochete of syphilis
Protozoans like the agents of malaria and babesiosis
and could be transmitted to recipients. To minimize these risks,
Donors are questioned about their possible exposure to these agents;
Each unit of blood is tested for a variety of infectious agents.
HIV-1
Hepatitis C
West Nile virus

Our Services

 Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital provides safe blood to its beneficiaries without any discrimination. The registered patients of the hospital gets its services 2 to 3 times in a month whereas, the unregistered patients also takes its services as per the needs. The general Govt/private hospitals and especially the patients of the gynecological cases are preferred.

For Thalassemia/Hemophilia/Blood Cancer patients

 

RBCs for Thalassaemia Patients:
Blood:  

Blood is a liquid tissue. Suspended in the watery plasma are seven types of cells and cell fragments.
red blood cells (RBCs) or erythrocytes
platelets or thrombocytes
five kinds of white blood cells (WBCs) or leukocytes
Three kinds of granulocytes
neutrophils
eosinophils
basophils
Two kinds of leukocytes without granules in their cytoplasm
lymphocytes
monocytes

 

Red blood cells are responsible for the transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide.
White Blood Cells (leukocytes)
White blood cells
are much less numerous than red (the ratio between the two is around 1:700),

 

Hamza foundation welfare hospital provides the Blood to the Thalassaemia patients most of these patients are registered with the organization and take regular blood transfusions from the hospital free of cost. The Thalassaemia patients registered with other organizations if cannot get blood there also take the services of Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital. We encourage the people to register the patients of Thalassaemia with Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital if they know someone in their families or surroundings.

 

Blood Products for Hemophilia:

 

Platelets
Platelets are cell fragments produced from megakaryocytes.
Blood normally contains 150,000–350,000 per microliter (µl) or cubic millimeter (mm3). This number is normally maintained by a homeostatic (negative-feedback) mechanism.
If this value should drop much below 50,000/µl, there is a danger of uncontrolled bleeding because of the essential role that platelets have in blood clotting.
Some causes:
certain drugs and herbal remedies;
autoimmunity.

 

When blood vessels are cut or damaged, the loss of blood from the system must be stopped before shock and possible death occur. This is accomplished by solidification of the blood, a process called coagulation or clotting.

 

Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital provides Plasma to the patients of Hemophilia. They are also registered with the organization. We also intend to provide the patients with factor 8 injections as a substitute of plasma (when we get the sufficient economical support).

 

Awareness Programs

 

Blood Cancer:

 

Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital provides the platelets to the patients of blood cancer treatment specialized hospital(s) free of any charges.
Blood Transfusions:

 

At Hamza Foundation Welfare Hospital, we collect blood from blood donors through blood camps and others.
Some of these units ("whole blood") were transfused directly into patients (e.g., to replace blood lost by trauma or during surgery).
Most were further fractionated into components, including:
RBCs. When refrigerated these can be used for up to 42 days.
Platelets. These must be stored at room temperature and thus can be saved for only 5 days.
Plasma. This can be frozen and stored for up to a year.
Ensuring the safety of donated blood:

 

A variety of infectious agents can be present in blood.
Viruses (e.g., HIV-1, hepatitis B and C, HTLV, West Nile virus
Bacteria like the spirochete of syphilis
Protozoans like the agents of malaria and babesiosis

 

and could be transmitted to recipients. To minimize these risks,
Donors are questioned about their possible exposure to these agents;
Each unit of blood is tested for a variety of infectious agents.
HIV-1
Hepatitis C
West Nile virusssemia is a genetic blood disorder in which a patient cannot make enough Red Blood Cells and needs to be supplemented with RBC transfusions every 2-3 weeks to stay healthy and to survive. Thalassaemia is an inherited disorder that leads to the decreased production and increased destruction of red blood cells. This causes very low levels of hemoglobin or none at all. Hemoglobin is the red pigment in red blood cells that carries oxygen through the body to all of the organ systems. The loss of red blood cells leads to anemia and the inability of the body to deliver needed oxygen to maintain normal body function. Thalassemias are also categorized by the number of genes that are defective: Thalassemia minor–one abnormal gene (only one Parent) Thalassemia major–two abnormal genes (both Parents) Causes: An imbalance in the alpha and beta globin chains necessary for the production of hemoglobin is caused by the inheritance of abnormal genes. Abnormal genes must be inherited from both parents to develop the disease. If one gene is inherited, the person will be a carrier of the disease, but will not have symptoms. People with thalassemia trait carry thalassemia, but they are not ill. They are healthy and normal, however, some may have slight anemia. Thalassemia trait is present at birth, it remains the same for life, and it can be handed down from parents to children. People with thalassemia trait also have slightly more hemoglobin called hemoglobin A2 in their blood. 

 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 14 May 2010 07:04