Authors: Achal Chawhan , Hima Kuhikar , Sharvari Katekhaye , Dr. P. B. Dongre
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One of the most crucial services that can save lives in emergency situations is blood donation. However, due to the intricacy of the procedure and the requirement to keep an adequate supply of blood for patients in need, maintaining blood donation centres and blood banks can be difficult. In this study, we suggest a smart blood bank system that enhances blood donation and management procedures by utilising cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence and machine learning. Blood screening, donor registration, inventory control, and blood transfusion are just a few of the processes that the suggested system attempts to automate and streamline. Blood donation facilities will be able to manage their operations effectively and efficiently thanks to the system\'s user-friendly interface. In order to guarantee a sufficient supply of blood for patients in need, the system will also incorporate an intelligent algorithm that forecasts the demand for blood and automatically replaces the inventory. In order to analyse donor data and find potential donors, the system will also use machine learning techniques, which will eliminate the need for expensive advertising efforts. The proposed intelligent blood bank system is anticipated to save costs, boost blood availability for patients in need, and enhance the effectiveness of blood donation and management procedures. We think the system will have a big impact on the healthcare sector and could perhaps save a lot of lives in dire circumstances.
A life-saving medical procedure called a blood transfusion is necessary for a number of illnesses, including cancer, chronic disorders, and injuries. An ageing population, a growth in the prevalence of chronic diseases, and an increase in the number of surgeries and medical procedures all contribute to an increase in demand for blood and blood products globally.
However, due to the intricacy of the procedure and the requirement to keep an adequate supply of blood for patients in need, managing blood banks and blood donation centres can be difficult. Blood screening, donor registration, blood collection, and blood storage are all processes in the conventional blood donation process. To preserve the quality of blood products and guarantee patient safety, these procedures call for a considerable investment of money, time, and effort.
We suggest a smart blood bank system that makes use of cutting-edge tools like artificial intelligence and machine learning to streamline the donation and management of blood procedures in order to address these issues. Blood screening, donor registration, inventory control, and blood transfusion are just a few of the processes that the suggested system attempts to automate and streamline.
Blood donation facilities will be able to manage their operations effectively and efficiently thanks to the suggested system's user-friendly interface. In order to guarantee a sufficient supply of blood for patients in need, the system will also incorporate an intelligent algorithm that forecasts the demand for blood and automatically replaces the inventory. In order to analyse donor data and find potential donors, the system will also use machine learning techniques, which will eliminate the need for expensive advertising efforts.
In this research article, we'll give a thorough explanation of the design, characteristics, and functions of the suggested intelligent blood bank system. We will also talk about the system's potential advantages, such as improved patient outcomes, cost savings, and increased effectiveness.
The blood bank performs a important position in keeping the blood deliver chain. Their primary obligation is to supply the blood a good way to meet the rising demand from the hospitals.
The current blood bank control includes a number of companion way making it tough for the blood banks to save a high stage of delicacy and trustability thereby the need for automating the blood garage and control contrivance arises to fluently attack an exigency situation, if the stock of blood is inadequate or unavailable.
In our opinion, the suggested method will significantly affect the healthcare sector and could potentially save a great number of lives in dire circumstances.
II. PROBLEM STATEMENT
A vital medical procedure that is necessary in emergencies and for the treatment of many illnesses is blood transfusion. However, due to the intricacy of the procedure and the requirement to keep an adequate supply of blood for patients in need, managing blood banks and blood donation centres can be difficult. Blood screening, donor registration, blood collection, and blood storage are all processes in the conventional blood donation process. To preserve the quality of blood products and guarantee patient safety, these procedures call for a considerable investment of money, time, and effort.
Additionally, the manual and paper-based nature of the existing blood donation and management procedure can result in mistakes and inefficiencies. Lack of automation and real- time inventory management of the blood supply may cause shortages or product waste, which could have catastrophic consequences for patients in need. Furthermore, the conventional blood donation procedure does not make use of cutting-edge innovations which might optimise the blood donation and management process.
A sanitarium may have its own contrivance and blood bank still collaboration between neighbouring blood banks is nearly impossible. The blood request of the receptor with much lower hassle.The existing device will provide an immediate communique link in between the voluntary blood donor and the individual that required blood with an android utility . The communique among the consumer and the gadget became hooked up with the help of app, there may be some specific layout of notifications with described to speak with the system.
Therefore, a smart blood bank system is required, one that makes use of cutting-edge technologies to automate and streamline different processes related to blood donation and management. The suggested solution will address the difficulties that blood donation facilities and blood banks encounter, such as the requirement to maintain a sufficient supply of blood products, enhance their quality and safety, lower costs, and enhance patient outcomes. The handling of blood donations will be revolutionised by the suggested intelligent blood bank system, which also has the potential to save countless lives in emergency situations.
III. LITERATURE REVIEW
In our current system, a given person and amount are stored in a firebase database small bank data sets are stored.Results include basic information about blood banks holding people grouped by geographic proximity. Despite implicit blood benefactors, 10 of the total Indian population donates blood. It turns out that advances in natural science have increased the need for blood and donors in general are not aware of the need for blood. This has lead to the development of a more robust system to assist the current blood donation system.
The Intelligent Blood Bank System is a blood bank management system that uses technology to simplify the process of donating, collecting, storing, and distributing blood.
Here is a literature review of some studies and articles related to smart blood bank systems:
Overall, the literature shows that smart blood banking systems can improve the efficiency, accuracy and safety of the blood donation and transfusion process. However, further research is needed to assess the effectiveness and scalability of these systems in real settings.
VI. SYSTEM DESIGN
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The outcome of the smart blood bank system will be to increase the overall efficiency and effectiveness of blood donation and transfusion services.
Here are some potential benefits that a smart blood bank system can provide:
Faster and more accurate blood group matching: With a smart blood bank system, the blood group matching process can be automated, which which reduces the risk of human error and allows faster processing times.
VIII. FUTURE SCOPE
From the generated results, it can be concluded that the system is easy to use and makes blood bank information operation ubiquitous. Phone hunt exertion and stoner announcement when the bank runs out of certain blood cells make the proposed system flexible, effective and dependable. The mobile app is easy to use and druggies do not need to read or consult an expert to use it.
Improved inventory management: Smart blood bank systems can track blood inventory levels in real time, helping to reduce wastage and ensure blood banks always have sufficient inventory to answer the question.
More Convenience: The smart blood bank system makes it easy for individuals to find nearby blood banks and streamlines the process of booking appointments and donating blood.
Enhanced security: Smart blood bank systems can include biometric authentication to ensure that only authorized individuals can donate and transfuse blood.
Overall, smart blood banking systems have the potential to save lives by improving the efficiency, convenience and safety of blood donation and transfusion services.
The proposed system will give an Android grounded operation which is veritably useful in exigency services i.e. during blood donation inserts etc. This approach provides greater functionality through communication with blood donors. The system offers greater functionality through communication with the blood bank. It can also generate reports on inventory, blood requirements, etc. maintain. Records are easily maintained through a database of registered donors. He also gave us an insight into the latest technologies used in the development of Android-based applications.
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