The absence of an adequate, effective, safe and affordable National Blood Transfusion Service is an important health system problem that Pakistan faces today. The requirement for blood transfusion for potentially preventable maternal morbidity and mortality is quite high in Pakistan. Over 50% of under privilege mothers have haemoglobin level less then 10 g/dl (normal range 11.5 – 13 g/dl). The same is true of children below 5 years of age, 85 percent of whom have haemoglobin level below 10 g/dl (normal range 13 – 15 g/dl). Creation of blood -intensive speciality centers for Cancer Surgery, Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy, Renal Dialysis, Renal Transplantation, Cardiovascular by-pass Surgery, Thalassaemia, Leukaemia, Haemophilia etc., have all led to an even greater need for blood and blood products. Read More

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