Blood Bank Management System

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2. Introduction of blood bank management system
Blood banks collect, store, and provide blood. Typically, these banks collect blood from voluntary blood donors. The banks then sort blood by type, check blood to make sure it is free of disease and then store it for future use. The main mission of a blood bank is to provide life-saving blood to hospitals and other health care facilities.
Blood cannot be created by any means, it can only be collected from the Humans i.e. donors. Recruitment of safe donors and monitoring the standards is a challenging task. No Blood Bank, Hospital or Government can sustain health care without adequate blood. The major concern of Blood Bank is to maintain the Quality of Blood as well as to identify the
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* After transaction of blood (withdraw or deposit )of particular data of person should be updated. * Report Generation of donor wise Report should be shown of all information of a particular donor. * Report Generation-all information should be shown of all donors. * Report Generation-all transaction information should be shown of a particular donor. * Report Generation of particular donor should be shown starting date and ending date. * Blood availability .

4. Input of the blood bank management system: * Input for login:- * User name:- * Password:- * Input for donor account creation:- * Account type:- * Name:- * Address:- * Input for authentication * User name:- * Permission mode:- * Input for change password:- * User name:- * Old password:- * New password:- * Donors details:- * Name:- * Age:- * Weight:- * Blood group:- * Employee details:- * Name:- * Age:- * Weight:- * Blood group:- * Donor contact id:- * Phone:- * Email:- * Mobile:- * Personal:- * Home:- * Office:- * Fax:- * Employee contact id:- * Phone:- * Email:- * Mobile:- * Personal:- * Home:- * Office:- * Fax:- * Blood Availability:- Blood group platelet | Whole blood |
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