IHK hospitals transfused 1081 pints of blood in first 27 days

Srinagar—In occupied Kashmir, hospitals consumed 1081 pints of bloods during the first 27 days of uprising and most of it came from volunteers, media reports said.
After going through official records between July 9 and August 5, the reports said that 784 pints came as donation and hospitals provided 342 additional pints.
In Srinagar, hospitals transfused 825 pints of blood of which 597 came as donation. In SMHS, 590 blood pints were transfused to injured out of which 532 pints was donated by 228 volunteers and 58 pints were provided by hospital blood bank.
In SKIMS, 200 blood pints were transfused to injured patients, out of which 50 were donated by volunteers. Blood bank at SKIMS is having largest capacity to keep blood for needy and can contain 1000 blood points safe at a time.—KMS

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