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Lokhitam Blood Bank provides donors the extraordinary opportunity to save and enhance lives through trusted community-based resources for transfusion.
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Lokhitam Samajik Sanstha was founded on August 20, 2000 in guidance of Honourable Aazad Mohan Agarwal and its inauguration was jointly done by Dr. Rambabu Harit (Minister of State for Health and Medical, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh) and Dr. Munishwar Gupta (Director of Kamayani Hospital, Agra). Universally Lokhitam Blood Bank (An Undertaking of Lokhitam Samajik Sanstha) was established on May 17, 2010 by Param Pujya Sharnanand Maharaj Ji. Lokhitam Blood Bank is listed in top blood banks of Agra as well as in entire Uttar Pradesh to have the new hi-tech machines for security purpose because Lokhitam believe working for the society. Lokhitam have such high tech machines from Swaziland like Cobas which help the patient to overcome with no reaction after transfusion of Blood.
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WHAT TYPE ARE YOU?
Blood type is determined by which antibodies and antigens the person’s blood produces. An individual has two types of blood groups namely ABO-grouping and Rh-grouping. Rh is called as the Rhesus factor that has come to us from Rhesus monkeys.
Most humans are in the ABO blood group. The ABO group has four categories namely : A Group, B Group, AB Group and O Group. In the Rh—group, either the individual is said to be Rh- Negative or Rh- Positive.
Thus blood group of any human being will mainly fall in any one of the following groups: A Positive or A Negative, B Positive or B Negative, O Positive or O Negative, AB Positive or AB Negative.
In 1901, Karl Landsteiner, an Austrian physician, discovers the first three human blood groups. On his birthday i.e June 14th “World Blood Donors Day” celebrates. On October 1st ‘National Blood Donation Day’ celebrates in India.
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