Blood Bank Data Abstract a PHP Project Report

The purpose of Blood bank data abstract php project study was to develop a blood management information system to assist in the management of blood donor records and ease/or control the distribution of blood in various parts of the country basing on the hospital demands. 

Without quick and timely access to donor records, creating market strategies for blood donation, lobbying and sensitization of blood donors becomes very difficult. The blood management information system offers functionality to quick access to donor records collected from various parts of the country.

It enables monitoring of the results and performance of the blood donation activity such that relevant and measurable objectives of the organization can be checked. 

It provides to management timely, confidential and secure medical reports that facilitates planning and decision making and hence improved medical service delivery. The reports generated by the system give answers to most of the challenges management faces as far as blood donor records are concerned. 

The Ethiopian Red Cross Society publication, Development in the 1990 states that information from blood donors should be completely confidential and if this is not assured, names of the blood donors should not be recorded at all and/or an alternative record identification should be used. 


Full implementation of the safe blood policy has called the use of information technology (IT) in providing working solution to the identified challenges. The associated problems with the PCS included delays in accessing historical records, inconsistencies and errors in data entry that stem right from acquisition of data from the blood donors because the exercise is of routine nature and very tedious to the system users. 

The automation of the system using modern IT has improved the quality of service. Secondly, with the use of IT, now relevant and timely blood donor reports can easily be generated and hence facilitating planning and decision-making. 

What Scolamiero recommends? 

Scolamiero (2000) recommends blood donor services automated information system as a solution to routinely collected, accurate and readily available information in blood transfusion services. 

It is also important to note that the impact of information technology on organizations is increasing as new technologies evolve and existing ones expand. According to Clifton (1995), nearly all business executives say that information technology is vital to their business and that they use IT extensively. 

Certainly business executive’s main concern is planning, coordination and decision-making, therefore, the role of IT in enhancing management of blood donor records is of major importance. In all, the computerization of blood donor PCS at URCS came at the ripe time given the background to the situation. 

This is more so because the demand for safe blood in Uganda has increased due to soaring increase in total population. Therefore, modern means to manage the PCS using IT had to take route. 


The main objective of the study was to create electronic blood donor management information system in order to assist in the management of blood donor records, planning and share information in a more confidential, convenient and secure way using modern technology.

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97 Replies to “Blood Bank Data Abstract a PHP Project Report”

  1. hey very nice project i hae selected my last year project topic as online blood safty monitoring tool your abstract help me a lot can you forward all project source it would be great help for me . please mail me my e mail ID is [email protected]
    Thanks a lot

  2. We’re trying to do such system in Egypt but with an integration for a mobile application and SMS to contact with donors, did you start something like that?

  3. Great Work done… Please send this project code as soon as possible. I have to submit it in 10 days onwards. please… Documentation was simply WOW… send it to [email protected] please

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