Gorakhpur: Brained Manoj gave new life to three people including engineer

50-year-old brain-dead Manoj from Gorakhpur has given new life to three people including a 39-year-old engineer. With the help of the police, the kidney was sent to PGI and the liver to KGMU after making a green corridor.

50-year-old brain-dead Manoj from Gorakhpur has given new life to three people including a 39-year-old engineer. Within 42 days, kidney PGI and liver were sent to KGMU by making a green corridor with the help of police for the second time from Apollo Medics Hospital. It took about 10 minutes to reach PGI and about 14 minutes to reach KGMU. One patient each was transplanted kidney at PGI and Apollo Medics Hospital. While the liver was transplanted in KGMU to an engineer from Pratapgarh suffering from liver cirrhosis.

PGI’s head of nephrology, Dr. Narayan Prasad said that on June 17, Manoj (50), a resident of Gorakhpur, was admitted to the local hospital after he suffered a serious head injury in a road accident. When the condition became critical, the family brought them to Apollo Medics Hospital in Lucknow. Here on the evening of June 20, doctors declared Manoj brought dead. On receiving information about the consent of the organ donation by the relatives, eight patients o on the kidney transplant waiting list were called and a cross-matched investigation was done at night. In which the tests of 53-year-old Muneshwar Dayal matched. The team of Urologists Dr. UP Singh and Dr. Sanchit transplanted the kidney to the patient. Dr. Narayan told that Muneshwar had genetic kidney disease. Dialysis was going on since 2018.

Successful Liver Transplantation to Engineer inKGMUThe patient was suffering from liver cirrhosis for a year. Under the direction of Dr. Bipin Puri, Vice-Chancellor of KGMU, Dr. Rajesh Raman and Dr. GP of Anesthesia, Dr. Avinash Aggarwal of Department of Critical Care Medicine, Dr. Sumit Rungta of Gastromedicine Department, and more than 50 doctors and health workers were present.

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