Design and implementation of blood bank system using web services in cloud environment


  • Autho Abdul Aziz Fahad


Blood bank, Blood donor, Android, Administrator.


A large number of blood donors are attracted using an android application. Blood is a saver of all existing lives in case of emergency needs. The task of blood bank is to receive blood from various donors, to monitor the blood groups database and to send the required blood during the need to the hospital in case of emergencies. The problem is not insufficient number of donors, but finding a willing donor at the right time. We want to build a network of people who can help each other during an emergency. This application timely updates the information regarding the donors where the administrator accesses the whole information about blood bank management system. Donor will be prompted to enter an individual's details, like name, phone number, and blood group. In the urgent time of a blood requirement, you can quickly check for blood banks or hospitals matching a particular or related blood group and reach out to them through the App. Blood bank App provides list of blood banks in your area.


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Author Biography

Autho Abdul Aziz Fahad

UG Student, Department of Information Technology and Security, Jazan University, Jazan, Saudi Arabia.


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