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Pakki Sarkari Naukri wishes you Happy Tissues and organ donation day – 13th Aug. Register for the cause & Gift a life! By donating your tissues & organs.

Today is Tissues and Organ donation day, the whole World celebrate this day on 13th of August.

We hope that you all must be aware of the term & its importance is our lives. Imagine a situation where one of your near or dear is in need of immediate tissues and organ transplant but his/her situation is critical. In such life threatening situation, you may realize the importance of organ donation. You can gift someone a new life by donating your vital body parts.

Why we should & who can donate tissues & organs?
 

Almost 1.5 lakh people in India need a kidney but only 3000 of them receive one.90% of people on the waiting list die without getting an organ. India's annual liver transplant requirement is 25,000, but we manage only about 800. The wait list for patients is growing all the time. Everyone is a potential organ and tissue donors after death. But cancer, HIV , infection (sepsis, for example) or Intravenous (IV) drug use will rule out donation.Patients who have Hepatitis C may donate organs to a patient who also has Hepatitis C. The same is true for Hepatitis B -but this happens in very rare cases. Most cancer patients may donate corneas.


For organ recipients, a transplant often means a second chance at life. Vital organs such as the heart, pancreas, liver, kidneys and lungs can be transplanted to those whose organs are failing. It allows many recipients to return to a normal lifestyle. For others, a cornea or tissue transplant means the ability to see again or the recovery of mobility and freedom from pain.

We are flashing more details about the procedure involves;
 

Different types of tissues & organ donation

Live Related Donation : 

Living donation takes place when a living person donates an organ (or part of an organ) for transplantation to another person. The living donor can be a family member, such as a parent, child, brother or sister, grandparent or grandchild (living related donation).

Live Unrelated Donation:

Living donation can also come from someone who is emotionally related to the recipient, such as a good friend, a relative, a neighbour or an in-law (living unrelated donation).

Deceased Cadaver Organ Donation:

The patient has to register in a hospital that does transplants. The patient will be put on a wait list.As and when the organ from an appropriate deceased donor (brain death) is available, the patient will be intimated.
 

Can an alive person donate? If yes, then what can he/she donate?


Yes, but with some limitations. An alive person can donate following body parts – Blood, Bone marrow, Kidney, Portions of liver, Portion of lungs & Portions of pancreas.
 

Which vital body parts can be donated by us after natural death?

There are six main tissues and organs can be donated in case of natural death. These are Eyes, Heart valves, Skin and fascia, Bones and tendons, Cartilage & Veins and arteries.
 

Tell us about the organs which can be donated by a brain dead person.

Almost in every corner of World, this is the most emotional decision to be taken by close relatives and friends. A brain dead person is not actually dead but medically declared dead. The heart beats, lungs inhales, other parts in action except brain. Taking a decision to remove vital body parts in such situation demands courage but on the other hand, your this decision can give someone a new life, a second life.

Following body parts can be donated in brain dead situation:

Kidneys, Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, Small intestine, Voice box, Hands, Uterus, Ovaries, Face tissues, Eyes, Middle ear bones, Skin tissues, Bones, Cartilage, Tendons, Veins and arteries, Nerves & Fingers and toes.

Time limit in which we should donate the vital organ

Every adult can be an organ donor. If parents give consent, even children can be organ donors. A donor can donate:
Upto 100 years: Corneas, skin
Upto 70 years: Kidneys, liver
Upto 50 years: Heart, lungs
Upto 40 years: Heart valves

 

Does organ donation attract any sort of cost to donors?

No, certainly not. Each and every kind of cost is to be borne by done or recipient of organ. Tissues and organ donation is different from selling your organs. For the sake of humanity, all should pledge their organs for donation.
If you are interested in donating organ then you should get yourself registered with NOTTO & get your card for the purpose. You can click here to register with NOTTO. The registration process is quite easy, just complete the steps & you will get a card. Keep that card in your pocket. Let your family members know your decision. Go for it & gift someone a second life.

Please share this with everyone & motivate them also to pledge their organs for a cause. We are furinshing you latest opening in Govt. Jobs but this time we are requesting you to do something for humanity. An appeal by P S N.

 

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