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First heart transplant surgery in Malabar region performed

Press Trust of India  |  Kozhikode 

In what is claimed to be the first such surgery in Malabar region of Kerala, the heart of a brain dead person was today successfully transplanted to a 54-year-old patient at a private hospital here.

The surgery was performed on Shamsuddin of Manjeri at Metro International Cardiac Centre by a team of doctors led by Dr P Nandakumar. The transplant surgery, which began at 5.30 am, was completed after six hours.

Dr Nandakumar said, "there is no pumping support by a machine for the transplanted heart now. The patient is in ICU with ventilator support only."

"It is team work and with co-operation of all concerned we have successfully performed the surgery. It took only an hour and twenty minutes, from 4.00 am, to bring the harvested heart from Kannur to Kozhikode," he said.

The donor Vijesh Parambath (30) was declared brain dead at the AKG hospital in Kannur last evening.

He was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday with head injuries suffered from a "stray bullet" when he had gone hunting in the forest at Puliangode near Mattanur in Kannur district.

After Vijesh's father and relatives consented to donate his organs, a team of doctors led by Dr Nandakumar, Chief Cardiothoracic Surgeon of MICC, went to AKG hospital to conduct the organ harvesting procedure.

District administration made all arrangements for easy transportation of the harvested heart from Kannur to Kozhikode by regulating the traffic between 3.00 am and 6.00 am today.

The kidneys were donated to Baby Memorial Hospital and the liver to Kozhikode Medical College Hospital.

Police said on October 13 night, Vijesh along with four others had gone into the forest for hunting wild boar and a stray bullet hit him on the head.

The four persons were arrested yesterday and have been remanded to judicial custody. =================================================

First heart transplant surgery in Malabar region performed

Friday, Oct 16, 2015,20:14 IST By metro vaartha A A A
Kozhikode | In what is claimed to be the first such surgery in Malabar region of Kerala, the heart of a brain dead person was today successfully transplanted to a 54-year-old patient at a private hospital here.
The surgery was performed on Shamsuddin of Manjeri at Metro International Cardiac Centre by a team of doctors led by Dr P Nandakumar. The transplant surgery, which began at 5.30 am, was completed after six hours.
Dr Nandakumar said, there is no pumping support by a machine for the transplanted heart now. The patient is in ICU with ventilator support only.
It is team work and with co-operation of all concerned we have successfully performed the surgery. It took only an hour and twenty minutes, from 4.00 am, to bring the harvested heart from Kannur to Kozhikode, he said.
The donor Vijesh Parambath (30) was declared brain dead at the AKG hospital in Kannur last evening.
He was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday with head injuries suffered from a stray bullet when he had gone hunting in the forest at Puliangode near Mattanur in Kannur district.
After Vijesh’s father and relatives consented to donate his organs, a team of doctors led by Dr Nandakumar, Chief Cardiothoracic Surgeon of MICC, went to AKG hospital to conduct the organ harvesting procedure.
District administration made all arrangements for easy transportation of the harvested heart from Kannur to Kozhikode by regulating the traffic between 3.00 am and 6.00 am today.
The kidneys were donated to Baby Memorial Hospital and the liver to Kozhikode Medical College Hospital.
Police said on October 13 night, Vijesh along with four others had gone into the forest for hunting wild boar and a stray bullet hit him on the head.
The four persons were arrested yesterday and have been remanded to judicial custody.


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chances of more and more accident cases and 'incidental' accidents will land up as involuntary donors  ,than leave hospital with full recovery--see below:-

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Involuntary Donors - A Report on the Practice of Using Organs from Executed Prisoners for Transplant in China




















Release date: 

02/2014
The roughly ten thousand organ transplant surgeries performed annually in China makes it the world’s second leading transplant destination as measured by the number of procedures conducted, trailing only the United States. Many of these surgeries are performed on foreigners who come to China for organ transplants because of the relative short waiting period, often only weeks long. Despite such impressive statistics, China’s nascent organ donation system has existed for less than a year, and the rate of organ donation from the general public remains extraordinarily low. These circumstances raise troubling questions: Where do these organs come from, and why is the waiting time so short?

Here are some basic facts:
  • The majority of organs used in transplant surgeries in China are harvested from executed prisoners;
  • China executes several thousand people on an annual basis;
  • Chinese law sanctions the use of prisoners’ organs for use in transplant operations;
  • Executed prisoners rarely consent to donating their organs;
  • The waiting time for an organ transplant largely depends on how much one is willing to pay.
China has systematically harvested organs from executed prisoners for more than 30 years. Although the Chinese government now openly admits to the practice, discussion of organ harvesting is still taboo. The subject is rarely mentioned in Chinese media or academia. Lamentably, foreign media outlets only occasionally report on it. To date, nobody has conducted a comprehensive study on historical and contemporary human rights abuses perpetrated by China’s organ transplant system. This report is an attempt to address such shortcomings.
This report is the product of extensive research and interviews with transplant recipients and professionals who have participated in China’s transplant system. It reveals how various Chinese government agencies and hospitals coordinate with each other to inhumanely extract organs from unwilling donors for the sole purpose of earning profit.  Such abuses are among the most severe, and perhaps most underappreciated, human rights violations that occur in the Chinese prison system.

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