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Organ Transplant


Organ Transplant is a surgical process in which there is removal of organ of a deceased person and is replaced by the organ of a donor. It is generally required in conditions in which organ has completely failed due to injury or any kind of disease. The major organs for which organ replacement is done are kidney, liver, lungs, heart, pancreas and very rarely intestine.

Organ Transplant and its Types:

Complications after Organ Transplantation

Every surgery comes with its own sets of risks. Given are the various complications which might occur during organ transplantation

  • Risks due to immunosuppressive agents
  • Rejection of the organ
  • Excessive bleeding during operation
  • Risks of transfer of various viruses, AIDS and Hepatitis
  • Side effects of the medication given
  • Allergic reactions to the medicines given
  • Death due to excess anesthesia, heart and lungs failure
  • Infections due to assorted IV lines

Duration of the Organ Transplant Surgery

The duration of the organ transplant varies from organ to organ. However, there are many steps that are required to be taken before final transplantation could be done. These include carrying out various tests like physical examination to make sure that the person is fit or not. The most important test is the cross match done to identify the amount of antibodies in the blood. High amount of antibodies means risks of rejection of the organ.

Cost of Organ Transplantation in India

The cost of transplant varies from hospital to hospital and also depends on the organ to be replaced. With high technology the success rate of surgery has increased by many folds. Today, more and more people are opting for organ replacement without any worries. There are several high end hospitals in India which have outstanding success rates.


Any person who is healthy and has perfect medical condition can become a donor.
Almost all organs especially heart, lungs and liver can be donated. Several tissues like bone marrow and blood cells also help to save lives.
There is no age limit for organ donation. From new born to old people anyone can become a donor.
It is necessary to take complete rest after the transplant and be continuously in touch with the doctor for life.
There are several organs that can be donated while living such as parts of liver, pancreas and kidney. Tissue transplant s is also done.

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