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Surat: Organs Of Brain-dead Person Give Lease Of Life To Five Patients

| Updated: January 23, 2022 10:10

As many as five people got a lease of life after the kidney, liver, eyes and hands of a brain-dead person in Surat were donated by his family members.

Kanubhai Vashrambhai Patel suffered a paralytic stroke on January 18 and was admitted to the Kiran Hospital in Surat. The patient was under observation of neuro-physician Dr Heena Faldu. The CT scan found that after a brain hemorrhage, a huge clot of blood was there in the brain. After the surgery, the clot was removed from the patient’s brain but he could still not recover and was declared brain dead on January 20 by the doctors at the Kiran Hospital, Surat.

As the family of the patient expressed their willingness to donate organs, the Medical Director of the hospital Dr Mehul Panchal contacted Donate Life’s Founder President Nilesh Mandlewala. The team of Donate Life immediately reached the hospital to apprise the sons of Kanubhai about the process of organ donation. Team of Donate Life convinced them to donate hands of Kanubhai, to which they readily agreed.

After the due process, the State Organ Tissue Transplant Organisation transported both kidneys to the Institute of Kidney Diseases and Research Centre whereas his liver was transported to Zydus Hospital, Ahmedabad.

Regional Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization (ROTTO) transported his hands via a flight to Mumbai’s Global Hospital where a 35-year-old woman from Buldhana, Maharashtra got a new lease of life. This woman had lost her hands in electric shock while drying clothes. Her husband works at a Kirana store and she has 6 and 8-year-old daughters and a 4-year-old son. This is only the fifth occasion in Mumbai where a hand transplant has been done and the 20th occasion in India.

A 32-year-old patient who originally hails from the Dahod district got his liver transplanted by Dr. Divakar Jain at Zydus Hospital, Ahmedabad. A 45-year-old woman from Surendranagar got her kidney transplanted by Dr. Pranjal Modi and his team at Ahmedabad’s IKDRC.

To transport liver, kidney, and hands to Mumbai and Ahmedabad two green corridors were created where Surat City Police got help from subordinates from other cities and villages.

Report by: Haresh Bhatt

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