Nobel Blood Transfusion Service:
Nobel Hospital Pvt. Ltd. is introducing an advance Blood Transfusion Service for the first time in the history of Nepal. Nobel Blood Transfusion Service has passed all the eligibility guidelines as mandated by the Central Blood Bank, Kathmandu, Nepal and is working as a partner with central blood bank.
Blood transfusion service is a place where blood is collected from donors, typed, separated into components, stored and preserved for later use in blood transfusion to recipients. A blood transfusion serviceÂ may be a separate free-standing facility or part of a larger laboratory in a hospital where proper testing is performed to reduce the risk of transfusion related events.
Separation of blood :
Typically, each donated unit of blood (whole blood) is separated into multiple components, such as red blood cells, plasma and platelets. Each component is generally transfused to a different individual, each with different needs.
Nobel hospital Blood Transfusion Service uses cell separation machine for blood donation rather than traditional manual method. This machine is able to collect particular blood component. For example if patient requires platelets, machine can be formatted to collect platelets only and rest of the component (RBC, WBC and Plasma) will be returned back to the donor where as in traditional method whole blood has to been removed from donor to extract platelets. A unit of Platelets collected through cell separation machine is equivalent to SIX Units of platelets extract from the whole blood. This machine is also performed to collect plasma (the liquid part of the blood) and granulocytes (while blood cells).
We collect blood from voluntary non remunerated donors only !
Plasmapheresis is the removal, treatment, and return of blood plasma from blood circulation. The procedure is used to treat a variety of disorders, including those of the immune system, such as myasthenia gravis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, lupus, and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura. During plasmapheresis, blood is initially taken out of the body through a needle of previously implanted catheter. Plasma is then removed from the blood by a cell separator.
Examples of diseases that can be treated with plasmaphereses:
Hematology Services provides multidisciplinary, compassionate care for the patients with a variety of cancers that develop in bone marrow, blood and lymph nodes, including leukemia, lymphoma, pre- leukemia and multiple myeloma. Patients with benign (noncancerous) blood disorders such as anemia, coagulation and thrombotic disorders, including hemophilia and deep vein thrombosis are also treated by Hematology Services.
We offer a full range of standard and innovative hematology treatments. We are in process to provide services of bone marrow transplantation. We also offer an in house hematopathology expert, a clinical laboratory that provides prompt test results and a research laboratory that allows patients access to novel treatment approaches. Because we are committed to finding new treatments and helping improve patient outcomes, our team treatments and helping improve patient outcomes, our team is also involved in ongoing clinical research projects. Patients with hematological disorders have been cared for, from diagnosis to cure.