Blood Centre

The JNU Hospital Blood Centre is equipped with state of the art technology for blood testing, collection, component separation and other procedures.

The best blood bank in Jaipur operates on a 24X7 basis and follows good manufacturing practices controlled by quality standards while issuing blood components to patients. It strives to provide safe blood products and follows a rigorous system to issue the right component with right quality, right quantity, to right patient at the right time.

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Blood Centre Emergency Contact
+91 141 7199000

Diagnostic & Clinical Services

  • Blood donation (Indoor and outdoor camps)
  • Blood grouping & typing
  • Blood cross matching by gel technology
  • Test for irregular Antibodies
  • Direct Coomb’s Test and Indirect Coomb’s Test
  • Rh Antibody titre
  • Screening test Hepatitis B, C & HIV -1st & 2nd by fourth generation ELISA & VDRL & MP.
  • Packed R. B.C.- (Red Blood Cell)
  • Fresh Frozen plasma (FFP)
  • Cryoprecipitate
  • Random Donor Platelets / Platelets Concentrates
  • Single donor Platelets
  • Screening test for Thalassemia

USP of the Blood Centre

Special services

A fully equipped Blood centre with the state of the art Apheresis machine for collection of single donor platelets and plasma in a separate room with a specially designed donor couch.

Plasma Therapy

We also provide plasma therapy, which is also known as CCP (COVID-19 convalescent plasma) therapy that is the administration of plasma from a COVID-19 disease recovered patient to a sick patient who is currently suffering from the corona virus infection.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A unit is about 450 ml of donated blood. The average adult has between four and five litres of blood in his or her body, and can easily spare one unit.

Usually the minimum interval between whole blood donations is 12 weeks for men and 16 weeks for women. Moreover, platelet and plasma donors are able to donate more frequently.

No. You cannot get AIDS or any other infectious disease by giving blood. In fact, the materials used for your blood donation, including the needle, blood collection bag, tubes and finger prick needle are new, sterile and disposable.

The procedure, which is performed by a trained, skilled health-care professional, takes approximately 30 minutes. The donor will give about 450 ml of blood, after which he will be advised to remain on the donor bed for a few minutes longer and then to take some refreshments.

No. There may be a little sting when the needle is inserted, but there should be no pain whatsoever during the rest of the donation.

The human body replaces the blood volume (plasma) within 24 hours. Red blood cells are replaced by the bone marrow into the circulatory system within about three to four weeks, while the lost iron is replaced over approximately six to eight weeks.

Yes, if you are feeling well.