Ms.Mereddy Samhitha, Mr.Preetham Paul Bapuram, Mr.Mittapally Vineeth Kumar, ,
Affiliations 1: B.Tech Student, Department of CSE,Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology, Hyderabad,Telangana, India. 2,3: B.Tech Student, Department of CSE, CVR College Of Engineering, Rangareddy Dist, Telangana,India.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, convalescent plasma donors are dearly needed. Most of the
recovered patients are not eligible to donate plasma, and from the minimal number of suitable donors, many are not
coming forward to donate the plasma. The donors' count is already meager, and when someone needs plasma
urgently, it has become challenging to find a donor. People are using social media to circulate their requests for
plasma. Then they might find a donor, and it would be already late by that time. This process is inefficient and very
much time taking. There is a chance that the plasma request could not reach the donors who are willing to donate
plasma and help save a life. Instead, suppose there are platforms wherein the donors who are willing to donate
plasma can register, and the needy can register their request when a request for plasma comes in. In that case, the
eligible donors from the already existing pool of donors shall be presented to the requester. In this way, the donor
search process can be improvised. Such a platform would end the pain in finding a donor and reduce the search
time in finding a potential donor. And such a platform, built using serverless technology, will have more outstanding
Ms.Mereddy Samhitha,Mr.Preetham Paul Bapuram,Mr.Mittapally Vineeth Kumar."Serverless Web Application on the Cloud framework". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.8, Issue 12,pp.211-215, December - 2021, URL :https://www.ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V8I1202.pdf,
Keywords : Amazon Web Services, Application Programming Interface, Covid-19,Plasma
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