Fatimid transfuses blood and blood products to over 14,000 registered underprivileged sick children patients who suffer from a painful and incurable lifelong disorders of Thalassaemia, Hemophilia and other genetic blood disorders.
- Packed red cells (PRBC) is transfused to raise haemoglobin level in Thalassaemia.
- Fresh frozen plasma (FFP) is transfused to treat coagulation factor deficiency diseases.
- Cryoprecipitate (CP) is transfused to treat Hemophilia A (factor VIII deficiency), Von Willebrand disorders and fibrinogen deficiency disease.
- Cryosupernantent (CS) is transfused to treat Hemophilia B (factor IX deficiency).
- Platelet concentrate (PLT) is transfused to treat patients who bleed repeatedly due to platelet function defect or thrombocytopenia.