500,000 people die because of nan availability of organs
50,000- Heart Diseases
150,000 await kidney transplant, 5000 get one
100,000- Liver (2-3% completed)
100,000,0 coronial blindness wait of donors
0.08 PMP (1.2 billion)
UK, USA, Germany, Netherland…
Heart, lungs, eyes and skin- within 4-6 hrs
Liver & pancreas- within 12 hrs
Kidneys- within 24 hours
All Organs should be stored at 4 degree Celsius in chemical solution.
National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization (NOTTO)
Deceased Organ Retrieval Sharing Organization (DORSO)
Organ Retrieval Banking Organization (ORBO)
Multi Organ Harvesting Aid Network (MOHAN) foundation.
Zonal Coordination Committee Of Karnataka (ZCCK)
Transportation of human organs act 1994
Banned commercial dealing of organs
First Relative can donate organ without govt permission
Ways to donate organs
Pledge for organ donation when person is alive
By consent of family after death.
Filling up the donor form in presence of two witnesses, one of whom shall be close
relative. (Form 1(A,B,C))
After receiving the donor form, the ORBO/other organization provides the donor
with an organ donor card bearing registration number on it.
If a person expires without registration, family can donate organs. Form is provided
at that time
Panel of 4 doctors need to declare brain death twice in span of 6 hrs, 2 of which
should be appointed by govt.
Once written consent from family, organs are harvested within few hours
The body is returned with dignity and without any deformation.
Benefits for donors
Pride & social respect.
Benefits for Hospitals and NGO
Easy to attract young donor
Easy Data Acquisition
Data can be integrated to Organ Registry
Introducing DonorG – Organ Donation
Create a Community
Receive information on Donors and
Referral and Earn Healthcare points
Points to be redeemed with Healthcare partners
Be a Volunteer
Link with Aadhar for online verification
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