It is estimated that a single donor can save the lives of more than 10 people! Yes, it’s true, one tissue donor can help save more than 10 lives, and one tissue donor can help heal more than 75 people with their tendons, bones, cartilage, skin, sclera, corneas, heart valves and vessels.

It is a race against time for doctors performing organ transplant surgery. Keeping donor organs preserved before donation is vital to maintaining their quality, and that closely correlates with survival rates after transplantation and morbidity.

Make an Organ Donation Pledge

During organ donation, organs (kidney, liver, heart and pancreas) are surgically removed from the donor and transplanted into the recipient whose organ has failed. Donating organs is one of humanity’s most noble acts. The goal of this day is to inspire people to donate organs after they die. Make someone’s life better by becoming an organ donor. It’s one of the most precious gifts you can give.

Let’s Donate Our Organs. Let’s Save Lives

It is World Organ Donation Day on 13th August 2022, let’s make a pledge to donate organs and save lives. Organ donors are thanked for their life-saving contributions during the event, which raises awareness about the importance of donating organs.

Many patients who are waiting for organs suffer from end-stage organ failure each day, and many more are added to the waiting list. Donors and organs are in short supply in India, especially for heart transplants. The worst thing in life is not being able to save someone’s life despite having the ability to do so!

Would you be a suitable organ donor? Let’s check!

How do I Know if I am a Good Candidate for Organ Donation?

Donors of all ages are eligible. In order to determine a donor’s suitability, the medical history and age of the deceased must be taken into account. Donating organs can lead to the following benefits:

  • 1. No matter what age, religion, community, caste, or religion, anyone can donate their organs.
  • 2. The decision to donate an organ is based on strict medical criteria.
  • 3. Organs like the liver, heart, lungs, kidneys, intestines, pancreas, and liver valves can be donated after natural death. However, essential organs such as the liver, heart, lungs, kidneys, and intestines can only be donated after brain death.
  • 4. Many recipients can resume normal lives after receiving organ transplants whose organs have been damaged.
  • 5. Those under 18 must have the permission of their parents or guardians to donate.
  • 6. You may not be able to donate as a living donor if you have active cancer, HIV, diabetes, kidney disease, or cardiovascular disease.

Types of Organ Donation

Organ donation can be divided into two types:

  • 1. Living Organ Donation: This procedure involves the donation of a kidney, part of a liver, and part of a pancreas by a person who is still alive. Additionally, it increases the number of organs available and saves more lives for people awaiting organs from deceased donors.
  • 2. Dead Organ Donation: An organ can be donated at the time of death if living organ donation is not possible. When a donor is a deceased organ donor, he or she is in the hospital, brain dead or on a ventilator. The donation of deceased organs can only occur after all attempts at saving the patient have been exhausted and brain death has been declared. There are specific processes to follow.


We all have the opportunity to contribute our precious organs to others through organ donation. Awareness of organ donation can encourage more people to donate their organs. An organ donor can save a life and change a life at the same time. Donate your organs and save lives!

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