Indore: Two Green Corridors created for record 12th time

Indore: City created two successful ‘Green Corridors’ for speedy transport of organs for the record 12th time on Tuesday.  The first corridor was prepared at 6:30 pm between Bombay Hospital and Airport for transporting liver while another corridor was prepared at 6:45 pm from Bombay Hospital to Choithram Hospital for transporting kidney.

The latest Corridors were prepared by the administration to transport liver and kidney of a 61-year-old Ashok Jain of Ujjain.

Jain was a retired auditor of Firms and Societies in Ujjain and was declared brain dead at Bombay Hospital on Monday. He was admitted to the hospital on November 12 in a critical condition due to brain haemorrhage.

Secretary of Indore Organ Donation Society Dr Sanjay Dixit said, “The patient was declared brain dead, initially at noon on Monday and at 6 pm for the second time.”

Liver of 61-yr-old patient has been sent to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai while kidneys to be transplanted to patients in Choithram and Bombay Hospitals.

Corneas of the patient were preserved by MK International Eye Bank while skin by Choithram Hospital.

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