LIVER TRANSPLANT

The A-Z Guide of Liver Transplant.

July 22, 2019

liver-transplant-in-india May be your doctor has suggested you a liver transplant (LTP) but you don’t know what is this? Why it is for me? How I can prepare myself for a transplant? We Know that you have too many questions about this procedure and want to learn more about liver chronic disease and high-end surgery. We also understand that decision of liver transplant can be confusing time for you and your family.   Let’s reveal the A-Z Guide of Liver Transplant;

  • Not all the liver cirrhosis or long term active infection like hepatitis B or C can requires the LTP. Double check about the disease before you plan for it.
  • Patients who required LTP are suffering from liver damage due to excess use of alcohol or primary biliary cirrhosis or chronic hepatitis B/C or liver thrombosis I mean vein clot or damage and defect of liver or bile ducts by birth or Meta disorders associated with liver failure.
  • There are two type of liver transplant all across the world (a) Living donor transplant (b) Deceased donor transplant
  • For the confirmation a

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June 10, 2019

Few Days back I got a call from Tunisian Lady asking that my husband is suffering from liver cirrhosis and need urgently transplant. But my blood group is not matching and other family members are not eager to donate their organ. I can’t see my husband to die day by day. Her pain and grief was visible in her voice. I exchange my sympathy and asked her to convince her family member that it is very safe surgery in India and except a scar there is nothing to worry. In India, we are doing dozen of liver transplants on daily basis in different hospitals and with great success rate. There is no life threatening situation for the donors. We talked each other almost 15 minutes and the last thing she asked me was “Can we buy liver in India?” I smiled by heart in spite of worried for her husband and replied emphatically “NO”.

Let me described you two very import things you must have to know regarding liver transplant in India. One is a living donor for liver transplant must be a nearby relative characterized as a ‘close relative’ in the THO Act. This is characterized as life partner, guardians, kin, grandparents, and children of the patients. The rule is donor should be either from linage of father side or mother side. The entire close relative can be a donor till he/she is medical

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