The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994
Legalised Brain Death and removal of organs for therapeutic purposes.
Banned commercial trading of organs from living unrelated donors.
Lethal Head InjuryBrain Hemorrhage
Brain death is Irreversible Loss of ConsciousnessAbsence of Respiration
Flat EEGLoss of Brain Stem Reflexes
A Brain Dead Patient is always in the Intensive Care Unit of the HospitalA Brain Dead Patient is always in the Intensive Care Unit of the Hospital
Blood Pressure and Respiration are Artificially maintained.
• Accident Deaths• Brain Deaths• Kidneys• Other Organs (Each)
Spreading awareness about Cadaver Organ Donation by initiating One to One and / or Group talks with ..
• Schools• Colleges• Social Organisations like LIONS, ROTARY, Etc.• Hospital Staff
Offers Hope when Living Related Donor Not Suitable.
Recipient avoids psycho-social burden of living Donor.
Only chance of Life for Heart, Lungs, Liver, etc Patients.
Donor Families find Meaning in their Loss.
Dr. Bharat ShahDr. Mita ShahMrs. Ridhika TulsianiMr. Rajni DhuwadMrs. Zamurrud PatelMs. Jyoti Nagda
Mrs. Jigna N. AgarwalMs. Parmeet AroraMr. Mohanlal ShahMr. Dayanand ShettyMr. Mahendra MehtaMrs. Divya Doshi
Mrs. Ranjan NanduMr. Kiran LokhandeMr. Ashish Mangal
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