Blood Transfusion Services
At present, NACO supported only 3 (three) licensed Blood Banks functioning in Nagaland. (1) Major Blood Bank in Kohima. (2) Model Blood Bank with Blood Component Separation Unit (BCSU) in Dimapur. (3) District level Blood Bank in Mokokchung. The remaining 5 (five) District Blood Banks in Phek, Tuensang, Wokha, Mon and Zunheboto are unlicensed. There are 2 (two) Blood Transfusion Vans (BTV) attached to Kohima and Dimapur Blood Banks. These BTVs assist in transportation of blood from the Voluntary Blood Donation camps to the Blood Banks. The state has 3 (three) Regional Blood Transfusion Centers in Kohima, Dimapur and Mokokchung to monitor the Blood Banks in their respective zones. Voluntary Blood Donor Associations are formed in Kohima, Dimapur, Mokokchung, Zunheboto, Tuensang, peren and Mon for the promotion of Voluntary Blood Donation. The state has 8 (eight) Blood Storage Centers under National Health Mission (NHM) to store tested blood where there is no Blood Banks namely – CHC Medziphema, CHC Jalukie, District Hospital, Peren, District Hospital, Kiphire, CHC, Pungro, CHC Noklak, Tuensang, CHC Bandari, Wokha and District Hospital, Longleng.
Blood Collection Status Report from April 2017 to March 2018
State Level Blood Collection Status
|Total Voluntary Collection||Voluntary at Blood Banks||7399||8968||64.50%||78.17%||HIV +ve||35||0.31|
|4||No. of VBD camps||57||80.00%||VDRL||13||0.11|
|5||Average collection per Camp||28||56.04%||Malaria||10||0.09|