Saving Lives

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How lifeshare works



Register Yourself as a donor



Real time search for Active Blood Donors with any specific blood group



Get connected to the blood donors though inbuilt Call and chat functionality

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*With the click of emergency button in LifeShare App all LifeShare members will receive notification

About Us

Universally, 'Blood' is recognized as the most precious element that sustains life. It saves innumerable lives across the world in a variety of situations. Once in every 2 seconds, someone, somewhere is desperately in need of blood. Despite the increase in the number of donors, blood supply remains short during emergencies, mainly attributed to the lack of information and accessibility. According to the statistics in 2015-2016, it is estimated that India is in need of 1.1 million units (1unit~450ml) or approximately 36 tankers (1truck~11,000L) of blood for medical procedures. Furthermore, according to the analysis, in some areas of India, blood is being wasted because its surplus. This is because blood cannot be stored more than 42 days. Blood cannot be manufactured in factories at the time of need and cannot afford to waste by collecting surplus. Hence, there is a need to create transparency to generous donors when the need for blood arises.

To cater to this demand, Life Share has come up with an objective to address the blood shortage & wastage by creating a transparency between generous donors & recipients. Its unique SMART feature helps to search real time Blood Donors with specific blood group in the nearest location. Life Share also allows to contact the Blood Donors through the inbuilt CALL & CHAT feature. A click on “Emergency” button helps to send the urgent necessity of a specific blood group to all the nearest Life Share members. Establishing a direct connection with the Blood Donors through LifeShare will help to provide a timely blood transfusion which is the key factor in saving a life.

We positively believe our Life Share App can overcome most of the challenges related to blood availability and blood wastage by effectively connecting the blood donors with the blood recipients.


Blood is red colored fluid flowing continuously in our body's circulatory system. About 7% of the body weight of a healthy individual is blood. On an average there are about 5-6 liters of blood in human body.
Blood mainly contains a fluid called plasma in which are suspended cellular elements. Three types of cells - Red Blood Cells or RBC's, White Blood Cells or WBC's and tiny platelets form the cellular element.
Hemoglobin is a substance present in the red cells. It is helpful in carrying oxygen and carbon dioxide. On an average, in a healthy male it should be between 14 - 16 gm % and in a female it should be about 12 - 14 gm %. This is also being daily synthesized to replace the old stock.
For all practical and routine purposes, it is ideal to transfuse to the patient with his own blood group. ‘O’ group is considered as universal donor and ‘AB’ groups are considered as universal recipients. Under no circumstances ‘O’ group can get any other blood except ‘O’. Similarly, ‘A’ group patient cannot be given ‘B’ group blood and vice versa.
Every individual has two types of blood groups. The first is called the ‘ABO’ grouping and the second type is called Rh- grouping. In the ‘ABO’ group there are four categories namely ‘A’ group, ‘B’ group, ‘O’ group and ‘AB’ group. In the ‘Rh’ group either the individual is Rh-positive, or ‘Rh-negative. Rh is a factor called as Rhesus factor that has come to us from Rhesus monkeys. Thus each and every human being will fall in one of the following groups.

A +ve or A -ve / B +ve or B -ve / O +ve or O -ve / AB +ve or AB -ve

Blood is collected in plastic bags which contain a watery fluid that prevents blood from getting coagulated. On an average 1unit is equivalent to 450 ml. of blood. Collected blood plus the amount of anti-coagulant present in the bottle or bag, is known as one unit of blood.
Whole blood can be stored up to 45 days, when kept in CPDA anti-coagulant solution and refrigerated at 2-4 degree Centigrade. But the demand is so great that blood hardly ever remains in storage for so long and is used much before expiry.
Any person within the age group of 18-55 years with a body weight as minimum 45 kilograms, and having hemoglobin content as minimum 12.5 gm%.
The donor should eat at regular mealtimes and drink plenty of fluids.
The procedure is done by skilled, specially trained technicians and takes three to eight minutes. However, from start to finish (filling form if any, post donation rest etc.,) the entire process should take upto 35 minutes.
There may be a little sting when the needle is inserted, but there should be no pain during the donation. Most people are comfortable.
Yes. The donor needs rest, preferably lying down, so that the amount of blood that has been donated soon gets poured into the circulation from the body blood pools in a natural way. The donor is advised to take rest for about 15 - 20 minutes.
Absolutely not. On contrary the donor feels pleasure, peace and bliss as he voluntarily helped to save some one’s life. Within 24 - 48 hours, the amount blood donated get regenerated in the body. This process of regeneration helps to improve body resistance, blood circulation, most importantly bone marrow is stimulated to harvest new blood cells and donor feels healthier than before
Of course! Routine work is absolutely fine after the initial rest. It is advisable to avoid rigorous physical work for a few hours.
After resting for a while a donor is given some liquid (fluid) to consume. It may be a cup of coffee/ milk/ fruit juice along with a few biscuits/fruit. The donor needs no other special diet. A routine balanced diet is adequate. The donor's blood gets replenished within 24 - 48 hours.
The body replaces blood volume or plasma within 24 hours. Red cells need about four to eight weeks for complete replacement.
It is advisable to give a gap of three months’ before next donation.
Yes, blood donation is a noble, selfless service! It gives the donor a feeling of joy and contentment. Also this is an expression of love for Mankind, as blood knows no caste, color, creed, religion or race, country, continent.

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