Press & Media

  • Medical experts deliberate on organ transplantation

    E-PAO, Sunday, December 24, 2017

    The Department of Surgery, JNIMS organised a meet on the Continuing Medical Education (CME) on Deceased Organ Donation today at its auditorium.

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    • A Deceased Person Can Save A Living Person Through Organ Donation

      Kangla Online, Sunday, December 24, 2017

      Claiming that North Eastern region is lagging far behind when it comes to deceased organ donation, Dr. Sunil Shroff senior consultant Urologist and Transplant Surgeon, Madras Medical Mission, said that the time is right now to begin this noblest service in this region.

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      • Dr Palin advocates deceased organ donation in State

        E-Pao, Saturday, December 23, 2017

        Saying that the demand for organ donors in the State is huge, Managing Director of Shija Hospital and Research Institute (SHRI) Dr Kh Palin called upon the people to promote and endorse deceased organ donation in the State to save lives of others.

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        • Margazhi finds new platforms: Malls and metro stations

          The Economic Times, Saturday, December 16, 2017

          Come December when the strains of music linger in the Chennai air, Carnatic music aficionados crowd the city's music sabhas and temples signalling the start of the annual Margazhi festival.

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          • Using arts for community service

            The Hindu, Thursday, December 14, 2017

            Over a thousand attendees were entertained and inspired at Arohan, hosted by Sanskriti Academy of Fine Arts at the Kashinath Ghanekar Auditorium, Thane.

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            • GMCH witnesses first successful organ harvesting

              The Hitawada, Thursday, December 14, 2017

              A 57-years-old Subhash Puri had met with an accident at Kondhali on November 23, and had sustained serious head injury. On December 11, he was declared brain dead. And, after his death, on December 13, he became part of history. For, he became the first deceased person whose organs were harvested at Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), Nagpur, and sent to various places.

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              • Brain-dead man gives life to four people

                The Times OF India, Sunday, December 10, 2017

                Relatives of a 40-year-old Rupesh Sharma donated his organs — heart, kidneys and liver after he was declared brain dead while undergoing treatment at Sawai Man Singh (SMS) Hospital on Saturday.

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                • Tamil Nadu seeks to harvest organs from cardiac arrest patients

                  The Times Of India, Sunday, December 10, 2017

                  Will doctors be allowed to retrieve vital organs from a patient who is on life support after a cardiac arrest but has been deemed to have no chance of a life? Heart and lung surgeons from across the state on Saturday campaigned for harvesting organ from a patient even before he/she is declared 'brain dead' at a scientific and technical meeting organised by the state transplant authority at the multi-speciality hospital on the Omandurar government estate.

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                  • Doctor couple from Amravati wants to donate brain-dead infant’s organs

                    The Times Of India, Friday, December 8, 2017

                    Love transcends tragedy. A doctor couple from Amravati whose three-month-old baby is brain-dead following a road accident, has urged the state to relax the norms of cadaver donation to allow them to gift her organs. While guidelines in the country are still ambiguous on whether babies aged less than a year can be certified as brain dead, the Savarkars are determined to see their beloved daughter Meera live on, albeit through her donated organs.

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                    • Doctors, engineers mull drones to carry organs over 250 km

                      The Times Of India, Thursday, December 7, 2017

                      Doctors and engineers are looking at unmanned machines in the skies as a safe route to healthcare. From transporting urine and poop samples to labs to delivering emergency medicine and equipment to trauma victims and transporting organs, Indian scientists have given themselves a year's time to develop and launch a prototype drone that can fly up to 250km and carry at least 40 kg payload.

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