REVIEW ON ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION: A SOCIAL MEDICAL NEED

  • Rahul Saxena Department of Pharmacology, Ravishankar College of Pharmacy, Bypass road, Bhanpur Square, Bhopal (M.P.) 462010
  • Farah Khan
  • Misha Masood
  • Zaineb Qureshi
  • Manoj Rathore

Abstract

Organ transplantation is the procedure of replacing diseased organs, parts of organs or tissues by healthy organs or tissues. An organ transplant is a surgical operation where a failing or damaged organ in the human body is removed and replaced with a new one. The emerging field of Regenerative medicine is allowing scientists and engineers to create organs to be re-grown from the patient's own cells. Various different types of organ can be transplanted and it will prove a survival tonic for patient life. The transplant services team coordinates and work in a proper direction for successful transplantation. There is a lack of awareness among people with regards to deceased organ donation, the concept of brain death and the process of organ transplantation. Strong need for developing a centralized organ-sharing network among hospitals for better coordination, timely utilization and avoiding organ wastage.

Keywords: Organ Transplantation, Transplant Services, Organ Donation, Auto Transplantation

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Saxena, R., Khan, F., Masood, M., Qureshi, Z., & Rathore, M. (2016). REVIEW ON ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION: A SOCIAL MEDICAL NEED. Journal of Critical Reviews, 3(2), 23-29. Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/jcr/article/view/10694
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