9 year old brain dead Salim has donated organ in AIIMS Delhi. The process of organ donation was completed by four doctors in 6 hours.
Organ Donation: Organ donation is a great donation and this thing is proved not only by adults but also by children many times. In these children, 9-year-old Salim, a resident of Punhana, Mewat, Haryana, also comes, who by donating 8 organs at a young age has given a new life to the people struggling with life and death. Salim, who was declared brain dead at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi, has also received life support from one kidney and liver of two young patients. And some organs are safe in the Organ Bank of AIIMS.
Organ donor Salim’s relatives told that a day before on April 15, 2023, while crossing the pedestrian road, a two-wheeler rider hit Salim. In which Salim was injured and suffered a serious head injury. Salim was admitted to the trauma center of AIIMS Delhi on April 16 when his condition became critical, but despite all efforts, he could not be saved and the doctors declared Salim brain dead. Gave.
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donated these organs
Organ donation: A brain dead donor donates two kidneys, one liver, one heart, two lungs, pancreas, intestine, two corneas, heart valves and bones.
After Salim was declared brain dead, Arbo (Organ Retrieval Banking Organization) of AIIMS requested his parents for organ donation. After which parents gave permission to donate kidney, liver, heart, lung, pancreas, intestine, both corneas, heart valve and bones. Although Salim had only one kidney since birth. At the same time, his heart and lungs were also not found suitable for organ donation. While other things were perfect.
The lives of these two patients were saved
In the information given by Dr. Aarti Vij, head of Arbo AIIMS, it was told that in view of the need of the patients, one of Salim’s kidneys was transplanted to a 20-year-old patient of AIIMS itself. While his liver was given to a 16-year-old youth at the Indian Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) by the Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization (NOTTO). On the other hand, Salim’s other organs like cornea and heart valve etc. have been kept safe in the Organ Bank.
Organ donation of the fifth child in a year
In the information provided by the JPN Apex Trauma Center of AIIMS Delhi, it was told that last year 6-year-old Roli Prajapati had donated the organ. She was declared brain dead after being shot in Noida, UP. This is the fifth pediatric donation within a year, while a total of 19 organ donations have taken place. The special thing is that all the children who have donated their organs were within 1 to 6 years of age.
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Tags: AIIMS, Aiims delhi, Organ Donation
FIRST PUBLISHED : April 23, 2023, 15:50 IST