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Organ Donation Day awareness by WillJini.com
One Human can Give smile and happiness to more than 8 persons by Organ Donation, its true humanity call for all of us, think and act now to do your bit for Organ Donation in the event of death or brain dead situation of self, any close relative or even known person where you can advise or suggest such a noble cause.
Willjini.com is proud to be part of Awareness campaign for ‘Organ Donation’ by various institutions. Willjini.com has a dedicated team to do all efforts toward Give Back awareness, assisting Individuals for required information for registration and take pro-active actions in associations with hospitals, Govt agencies and NGOs to do its bit for this noble cause to give Happiness of New Life to needy people all over India.
Willjini.com’s Give Back initiative is driven by a vision to prompt an individual who is making a Will to decide about his wishes to Give Back to society including Organ or Body Donation. Founder Mr. Jatin Popat assisted by his young son 18 years of age, Mr. Jugal Popat and his family including mother of 85 years, wife and son have registered for Organ Donation (for brain dead situation) as well as Eye, Skin & Body Donation (after death).
Willjini.com was also part of awareness seminar conducted by Kokilaben Ambani Hospital on Organ Donation Day on 11th August 2014 and efforts of Willjini’s towards Organ Donation Awareness by young team was well appreciated by none other than Mrs. Tina Anil Ambani, Founder of GiftYourOrgan.com and senior doctors.
Mrs. Tina Anil Ambani and panel of Doctors as well as Founder of GiftYourOrgan.com personally appreciated Mr. Jugal Popat of Willjini on 11th August 2014 on Organ Donation Awareness seminar at Kokitaben Ambani Hospital.
2013 record for cadaver organ donation equaled
Twentieth Donor Changes Lives of Five Patients
When a Nallasopara family donated the organs of a loved one on Wednesday, it did more than change the lives of five patients with organ failure.
It was the first donation at one of Mumbai's 29 newly recognized non-transplant organ retrieval centers (NTORCs).
NTORC is an idea Maharashtra adopted from Tamil Nadu (which dramatically increased cadaveric organ donations in the last six years by introducing new rules) in 2012.
More importantly, with Wednesday's organ donation carried out at Umrao Hospital in Mira Road, Mumbai has in the first six months of 2014 managed 20 cadaveric organ donors--thus equaling the number of donations registered in 2013. It also marked the 200th cadaveric or deceased donor since 1997 in Mumbai.
“A 39-year-old woman, who suffered a stroke, leading to hemorrhage, was the donor, “said Dr Gurudatt Kamath of Umrao Hospital, Mira Road. In her brain death, she gave the gift of life to five patients--a liver failure patient registered at KEM Hospital in Parel, a kidney failure patient registered in Bombay Hospital, another kidney failure patient in Jaslok Hospital and two cornea recipients.
She was transferred to Umrao on June 29 from a local hospital for treatment of stroke (cerebral vascular accident) following a fall in her house. “At Umrao, her CT scan suggested massive infarct in the right middle cerebral artery with midline shift, “the doctor said.
Despite an operation, the patient failed to revive and was declared brain dead late on Tuesday night. After the family was convinced to donate her organs, doctors from the civic-run Sion and KEM Hospitals in Mumbai visited Umrao Hospital for the retrieval operations.
Umrao is among 29 hospitals and nursing homes that were recognized as NTORCs in 2012 when the state government decided to promote organ donation. The state's decision was prompted by the untimely death of the then Union minister and former Maharashtra chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh due to organ failure.
“We have identified 100 NTORCs across the state in order to boost cadaveric organ donation, “said a senior state government official.
Before 2012, the state only had transplant centre’s that identified brain dead patients, retrieved organs after family's consent and then transplanted them to organ-failure patients. Mumbai has 32 hospitals that are licensed as transplant centres.