STATE BLOOD CELL (SBC) MIZORAM 


 

State Blood Cell was launched in Mizoram since October, 2016 and currently, the Programme is implemented in eight (8) districts 

 Goal 

• Adequate, safe supply of blood and blood components. Strengthening Blood Banks and Blood Storage Centres in terms of technical knowledge, manpower, equipments and consumables. 

• At present, there are 10 licensed Blood Banks in Mizoram, 8 are Govt. owned & 2 are private owned. There are 12 (Twelve) Blood Storage Centres (BSCs) and 2 (Two) Blood Storage Centres i.e, State Referral Hospital, Falkawn and Mizoram State Cancer Institute (MSCI), Zemabawk, are proposed for upgradation to Blood Bank 

Activities:(FY 2021 – 2022)

 

  • File cabinet, stethoscope, BP instrument, pulse oximeter, table and chairs have been procured for ICHH (IntegrtedCentre for Haemophilia &Hemoglobinopathies) centre in Civil Hospital,Aizawl.
  • Tablet Deferasirox 250 mg and 500 mg has also been procured for patients of Thallassemia.
  • Procurement of HPLC machine for screening of Thalassemia & Sickle Cell Anaemia in process.
  • Observance of World Blood Donor Day on 14th June, 2021 in all the districts.
  • Observance of National Voluntary Blood Donation Day on 1st October, 2021 in all Blood Banks.
  • Supervisory visit ofBlood Bank,  Champhai on 9th December, 2021.
  • Supervisory visit of Blood Bank ,Mamit on 27th February, 2022.
  • Supervisory visit of Thenzawl BSC on 22nd March, 2022
  • Supervisory visit of Blood Bank, Lawngtlai on 23rd March, 2022
  • Supervisory visit of Blood Bank, Siaha on 24th, March, 2022.

 

Report on Status of Blood Collection: (2021-22)

 

Sl.No.

Particulars

FY April 2021 – March 2022

1

Blood Collection :

1A

Total Blood Collection 

28176

1B

Total Voluntary Blood Collection 

24824

1C

Total % VBD 

88.10%

2

Voluntary Blood Donation 

2A

No. of VBD camps organized 

634

2B

Total Collection in Camps 

16064

2C

Static voluntary collection 

7605

2D

Static replacement collection

2708

3

Blood Utilization 

3A

No of units of whole blood supplied 

9521

3B

No of units of components supplied 

34699

3C

No of units of whole blood discarded

1374


Achievement 2020 – 2021 

• Observance of World Blood Donor Day on 14th June, 2020.
• Felicitation Programme on Voluntary Blood Donation in Collaboration with Association
of Voluntary Blood Donation on 7th August, 2020 at Seminar Hall, Pachhunga University
College.
• Procurement of HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography) Machine cum Kits
for screening of Thalassemia & Sickle Cell Anaemia.
• Hands on Training of Medical Officers on Component Separation Unit for Lunglei
District from 26th November – 12th December, 2020 at Model Blood Bank, Civil Hospital,
Aizawl.

Report on Status of Blood Collection: (April 2020 to March 2021)

 Sl.No          Particulars                              FY April 2020 – March 2021


1  Blood Collection :
1A Total Blood Collection : 26404
1B Total Voluntary Blood Collection : 23313
1C Total % VBD : 88.29%
2 Voluntary Blood Donation 
2A No. of VBD camps organized : 531
2B Total Collection in Camps : 15370
2C Static voluntary collection : 7350
2D Static replacement collection : 2537
3 Blood Utilization 
3A No of units of whole blood supplied : 9362
3 B No of units of components supplied : 25729
 3C                         No of units of whole blood discarded  :           1278

Achievements          

(FY 2019-2020)

  • Observance of World Blood Donor Day on 14th June, 2019 at Multipurpose Hall, Dawrpui, Aizawl.
  • Hands on Training of Lab Technicians on Eliza Test (3 batches) i.e., from 10th – 15th June, 2019, 17th – 22nd June, 24th – 29th June, 2019 at Model Blood Bank, Civil Hospital, Aizawl.
  • Hands on Training of Lab Technicians & Medical Officers on Component Separation Unit for Lunglei District from 22nd – 27th July, 2019 and from 1st – 10th August, 2019 at Model Blood Bank, Civil Hospital, Aizawl.
  • Observance of National Voluntary Blood Donation Day on 1st October, 2019 in all Districts.
  • Volunatry Blood Donation Camp & Awareness on 14th February, 2020 at Dawrpui Mutipurpose Hall.

 

 

Problems and Challenges:

  • Insufficient funds.
  • Lack of manpower in the Blood Banks.
  • Poor internet connection especially in Siaha and Lawngtlai.
  • Installation of Elisa machine for all district Blood Banks is to be done by technicians/expert from other State. This cannot be continued due to Covid 19 pandemic.

 

Future Perspective/Prospects:

  • Procurement of HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography) by FY 2021-22.
  •  Screening of Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Anaemia.
  • Functioning of Component Separation Unit at Blood Bank, State Referral Hospital, Falkawn by FY 2020-21.
  • Free medicines for Haemophilia and Thalassemia patients in the State.
  • Elisa Test to be made functional in all the Blood Banks in the State.

 

Facts & Figures:

 

Report on Status of Blood Collection: (FY  2019 - 2020)

 

Sl.No.

Particulars

FY 2019 - 2020

1

Blood Collection :

1A

Total Blood Collection 

29036

1B

Total Voluntary Blood Collection 

26187

1C

Total % VBD 

90.18%

2

Voluntary Blood Donation 

2A

No. of VBD camps organized 

492

2B

Total Collection in Camps 

20082

2C

Static voluntary collection 

6645

2D

Static replacement collection

2368

3

Blood Utilization 

3A

No of units of whole blood supplied 

10163

3B

No of units of components supplied 

19851

 Achievement during 2019-20

Observance of World Blood Donor Day on 14th June, 2019 at Multipurpose Hall, Dawrpui, Aizawl.

  • Hands on Training of Lab Technicians on Eliza Test (3 batches) i.e., from 10th – 15th June, 2019, 17th – 22nd June, 24th – 29th June, 2019 at Model Blood Bank, Civil Hospital, Aizawl.

 

  • Hands on Training of Lab Technicians & Medical Officers on Component Separation Unit for Lunglei District from 22nd – 22nd July, 2019 and from 1st – 10th August, 2019 at Model Blood Bank, Civil Hospital, Aizawl.
  • Review Meeting of Blood Banks & Blood Storage Centres on 29th November, 2019 at Conference Hall, DHME.

 

Report on Status of Blood Collection: (April 2019 to March 2020)

 

Sl.No.

Particulars

FY April 2019 – March 2020

1

Blood Collection :

1A

Total Blood Collection 

29036

1B

Total Voluntary Blood Collection 

26187

1C

Total % VBD 

90.18%

2

Voluntary Blood Donation 

2A

No. of VBD camps organized 

492

2B

Total Collection in Camps 

20082

2C

Static voluntary collection 

6645

2D

Static replacement collection

2368

3

Blood Utilization 

3A

No of units of whole blood supplied 

10163

3B

No of units of components supplied 

19851

3C

No of units of whole blood discarded

1501

Achievements 2017-18

 State Blood Cell established at Directorate of Hospital & Medical Education 

 16 staff recruited so far 

 Haemovigilance software and e-RaktKosh software installed in all Blood Banks




Procurement: 

 

Blood Bank: Blood Bank Refrigerator (600 Litre), Refrigerator for kits and reagents storage, ELISA Reader with Washer, Blood Collection Monitor with Agitator, Dielectric tube sealer, Electric Needle Destroyer, Binocular Microscope, Mechanical shaker for serological test, Cell Counter, Chemical Balance, Table Centrifuge with Digital Display, Weight Equipment for General Check-up, Water Bath (Serological) was completed for 8 Blood Banks. 

Blood Component Separation Unit:Deep Freezer (-80o C), Deep Freezer (-40o C), Refrigerated Water Bath (Cryo-Bath), PH Meter, Plasma Thawing Bath, Refrigerated Centrifuge (Cryofuge), Platelet Incubator cum Agigator, Sterile Connecting Device, Plasma Expressor (Manual), Digital Double Weighing Scale for Blood Bag Centrifuge Bucket Equalizer was completed for 8 Blood Banks. 

 Solar Blood Bank Refrigerator, Refrigerators, Binocular Microscope was completed for 12 Blood Storage Centres. 

 

 

Blood Collection & Transportation Van: For Civil Hospital Blood Bank. 

 

 

 Double Blood Bag, Triple Blood Bag, HIV Elisa Kit, Hepatitis B Elisa Kit, Hepatitis B Rapid, Hepatitis C Elisa Kit, Hepatitis C Rapid, VDRL (RPR) Test Kits & Malaria Test (Antigen) was completed for 10 Blood Banks. 

 

 Drugs and Supplies for Blood Services and Blood related disorder being procured. 

 Training: 

  Training cum Review Meeting of Blood Bank Officers, Medical Officer i/c of Blood Storage Centres and Lab Technician on Strengthening of Blood Services on 2nd December, 2016 

 

Training of Trainers for Strengthening of Blood Services & e-RaktKosh from 24th to 29th July 2017 at National Institute of Biologicals, Delhi - 9 doctors, 1 State Coordinator and 20 Lab technicians were sent for Hands-on training 

 

Workshop on Strengthening of Blood Services & Haemovigilance was organised on 29th& 30th August 2017 at Assembly Annexe, Aizawl.