Organ transplantation involves transfer of a healthy organ from a living or deceased donor's body and placing it in the recipient's body through surgery, so as to substitute for the damaged or missing organ.
Organ transplantation is essential to save the lives of all those patients who are experiencing terminal or end stage organ failure.
Anyone can be an organ donor irrespective of age or medical history. However, few conditions such as HIV, any systemic illness or suffering from active cancer, may prevent a person from donating. Deceased organ donors are mostly patients who have suffered brain death.
The tissues and organs that can be transplanted are heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, cornea, pancreas, intestine, skin, bone marrow,heart valves, bone and other connective tissues.
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