HOPE Trust - Human Organ Procurement and Education
Now this is an established fact that Transplants are one of the most
miraculous achievements of modern medicine which depend entirely on the
generosity of Donors whether living or deceased. But due to critical
shortage of organs, thousands of lives are lost every year in India.
aim to promote ORGAN DONATION AWARENESS
ORGAN DONATION CONSENT FORM
|LEAVE A GIFT OF LIFE TODAY
Give my sight to the man who has never seen a sunrise,
a baby’s face or love in the eyes of woman.
Give my heart to
a person whose own heart has caused nothing but endless days of
Give my blood to teenager who was pulled from the
wreckage of his car, so that he might live to see his grandchildren
Give my kidneys to one who depends on machine to exist
from week to week.
Take my bones, every muscle, every fibre
and nerve in my body and find a way to make a crippled child walk.
Explore every corner of my brain. Take my cells, if
necessary and let them grow so that, somebody , a speechless boy
will shout at the crack of bat and deaf girl will hear the sound of
rain against her window.
Burn what is left of me and scatter the
ashes to the winds to help the flowers grow.
If you must
bury something, let it be my faults, my weaknesses and all prejudice
against my fellow man.
Give my sins to the devil.
my soul to GOD.
If, by chance, you wish to remember me, do
it with a kind deed or word to someone who needs you.
If you do
all I have asked, I will live forever.
Robert N Test
|| Mharshi Dadhichi
The First Organ Donor (According toHindu
He is revered amongst the greatest of sages and is
portrayed as an example that no sacrifice is too great when the
result is the good of the world.His bones are marked as symbol on
the India's highest gallant award "Parm Veer Chakra" as "Vajra".
What is Organ Donation?
donation is the action of taking an organ out of a human body after death to
transplant it to the body of a patient with end-stage organ failure. In this
way, the patient’s quality of life will increase reasonably.
times, the concept of eye and kidney donation has been very popular and
successful, thanks to the wholehearted support of people from all sections
of society. Besides the eye and kidneys, it is also possible to transplant
the heart, lungs, liver and pancreas. Other tissues such as skin, bone,
cartilage, veins, arteries, heart, valves can all be transplanted.
Why Donate Organs?
donation is the most wonderful legacy you can leave behind. Donated eyes
continue to see the wonders of nature and donated organs can help save the
life of many unfortunate people.
Who can be a donor?
from a child to an elderly person can be a donor, even if you have had a
serious illness in the past, you can become a donors given right
What is a Cadaver Organ Donation?
Cadaver organ donation is after death. In natural death
(non-heart beating) eyes and other tissues can be donated. Solid organs
(liver, kidney, heart, lungs etc.) can be donated in BRAIN Death (heart
What is BRAIN DEATH ?
someone is brain dead, it means there is no blood flow or oxygen to their
brain and that their brain is no longer functioning in any capacity and
never will again. It does not mean that other organs, such as the heart,
kidneys or liver, are dead, although they may function only for few days
because of the breathing support machines. And the moment their support
machines are stopped they die. As this is under strict controlled
environment (In the Intensive Care Units of the Hospitals), unless damaged
by injury of disease, these organs may be used by another individual though
an organ transplant.
In the West, the transplantation of organs from
brain-dead patients is accepted part of medical treatment. The Government of
India has accepted this definition of Brain Death in 1994 by passing
Transplant Human Organ Act. (THOA)
How does Brain Death Occur?
Brain death usually results from severe brain injury or brain hemorrhage,
which causes all brain activity to stop. This can happen after a major road
accident or a bleeding in the brain due to a stroke.
Brain Death and Normal Death
To confirm that a patient is Brain Dead, two Doctors who are not involved
with the patient’s treatment and from a different hospital carry out a
series of tests on the patient. These doctors are picked from a panel of
doctors recommended by the Government, and adhere to very strict standards
that are accepted medically, legally and ethically all over the world.
What is a Donor Card?
Donor Card is way of expressing you wish to donate your organ(s). It is like
making a will. By signing a Donor Card and enrolling as a member, you become
part of this great humanitarian effort. To Gift life and to LIVE on.
Carrying a Donor Card
Card is small card like a driving license or credit/ debit card, which is
always kept with you, in your purse or wallet. Let your close relatives know
your wishes about organ donation. The Donor Card can also serve as a
emergency card in your wallet. You can contact me for signing the consent
form and getting the Donor Card. It can be sent to you through email or
courier too or you can collect it personally from office.
Can people Buy or Sell Organs?
No. Not at all. The Transplant of Human Organs Act 1994 prohibits commercial
dealings in organs and makes this a punishable offence.
I strive to
spread awareness about the huge difference one can make by donating organs
after death. I will coordinate the process of getting a vital organ to a
suitable and needy patient. Also act as a support for all those who are
involved in this life-saving activity.
Do not take your organs to Heaven,
Heaven knows we need them here.
DONATE your ORGANS
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