First ever interstate organ sharing save lives of 4 patients
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In a first ever interstate organ sharing, four patients from different parts of the country could get a new lease of life when a family of a brain-dead patient decided to donate his body parts — heart, kidney, eyes and skin.

A 40-year-old hotelier was admitted to Neuron Hospital on October 24 for severe bleeding in the brain due to very high blood pressure. The bleeding extended up to brainstem inspite of the efforts of the doctors to reduce the intracranial pressure. He was declared brain-dead and brought to Wockhardt hospital on Sunday evening where the family of the donor readily agreed to donate the organs after counselling.

The heart was flown to AIIMS, New Delhi, for transplant on Monday morning by creating a green corridor, liver went to a Pune hospital, and eyes and skin went to respective banks. His kidney, however, could not be used...

https://m.timesofindia.com/city/nagpur/first-ever-interstate-organ-sharing-save-lives-of-4-patients/articleshow/61349203.cms
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