Mobile-base Registration System for Blood Donation (MBRS-BD)
Issue: 2022 - Volume 14 [Issue 4]
Ban Salman Shukur
Computer Science Department, Baghdad College of Economic Sciences University, Baghdad, Iraq.
Maad M. Mijwil *
Computer Techniques Engineering Department, Baghdad College of Economic Sciences University, Baghdad, Iraq.
Najeeb Abbs Al-Sammarraie
Al-Madinah International University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.
In the healthcare management domain, blood donation receives a particular interest due to its crucial and vital importance in saving people’s lives. In Iraq, the blood donation procedure usually consumes a lot of time for donors as it is carried out through a non-automated and paper-based process, which is done only in hospitals/ medical centers for those who are willing to donate. Patients who are in a need for blood donation may have to wait until they receive the service, and this may results in dramatic or undesired consequences. At the same, the blood donation procedure negatively affects people who are willing or wish to donate blood and mostly leads to ignore this matter by a lot of them unless there is a critical situation concerning one of their family members. This paper propose a Mobile-Base Registration System for Blood Donation (MBRS_BD) using Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) to manage the process of donor’s registration automatically using a smartphone to simulate, ease, and minimize the time required for that. Donor can register in any available Iraqi hospitals/ medical center using MBRS-BD and go in the exact time to complete his/her donation process.
Keywords: Firebase cloud messaging, blood donation, android, healthcare, information systems, mobile system
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