Laxmi devi heart transplant operation of Lakshmi Devi was done at RML Hospital. After consultation by the transplant coordinator at PGI Chandigarh, the father of a young girl named Donor Basu, Ajo Manji, a labourer, agreed to donate her organs. First heart transplant operation at rml hospital for laxmi devi from bhagalpur bihar .
New Delhi: The first successful heart transplant operation has been done at Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in the national capital, giving new life to a 32-year-old woman.
Laxmi devi from Bhagalpur bihar, Bihar, was diagnosed with terminal heart failure after delivery, after which she was having trouble breathing.
A team of cardiologists led by Ranjeet Nath and Praveen Agrawal (cardiologists Ranjeet Nath and Praveen Agrawal cardiologists) recommended a heart transplant, after which it was sent to the National Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization for surgery for the earliest availability of donor hearts. (NOTTO) was registered with. First heart transplant operation at rml hospital.
The donor was found in a young girl named Donor Basu, who had an accident on 15 August and was admitted to PGI Chandigarh with a serious head injury.
He was declared brain dead on 20 August, and was put on a ventilator to maintain his organs. After consultation by the transplant coordinator at PGI Chandigarh, her father, Ajo Manji, a daily wage laborer, agreed to donate her organs.
Paanch gets new life: On the morning of 21st August, NOTTO issued an alert regarding the availability of donor hearts. A team of cardiac surgeons from RML Hospital and AIIMS led by Narendra Singh Jhajharia reached PGI Chandigarh the same evening and the donor heart was taken to Delhi within two hours.
On Monday night, a team led by Vijay Grover and Milind Hote, Narendra Jhajharia, Palash Iyer and anesthetists Ramesh Kashev and Jaswinder (Team led by Vijay Grover and Milind Hote, Narendra Jhajharia, Palash Iyer and anesthetists Ramesh Kashev and Jaswinder) defeated RML.
Laxmi Devi’s heart transplant operation was done in the hospital. Basu’s kidney, cornea, liver and pancreas were also donated, giving new life to five others.