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Bengaluru: Two inexperienced corridors have been organized for the speedy supply of a donor’s liver from a affected person in Hyderabad to Bengaluru on Saturday.
The liver of a 19-year-old brain-dead youth has given a brand new lease of life to a affected person. Mahesh (identify modified) who was admitted to Kalaburgi Chirayu Hospital with accidents he suffered after an unintended fall on August 24 handed away on Saturday. His household instantly got here ahead to donate his organs.
After the affected person was declared lifeless, medical doctors at Aster RV Hospital shortly reached out to Kalaburgi Chirayu Hospital to obtain the donor organ. A 24-year-old affected person at Aster RV Hospital affected by Hepatitis B virus has been ready for a donor liver for the previous 5-6 months. A group of medical consultants comprising Dr Karthik S, Laparoscopic surgeon together with nurses and technicians have been despatched to Kalaburgi Chirayu Hospital the place the affected person was declared brain-dead.
The retrieval course of was accomplished in a matter of two.5 hours and the hospital obtained the organ at 3:30 pm on August 28. Two inexperienced corridors have been organized for fast supply. One for the organ to be transported from the hospital to Hyderabad airport and one other one for transportation from Bengaluru airport to Aster RV Hospital.
The organ transplantation group at Aster RV Hospital led by Dr Rajiv Lochan performed the transplantation course of on the affected person and the cadaver organ donation was carried out in affiliation with Jeevasarthakathe, the State’s nodal company that facilitates cadaver organ donations.
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