Indore : After spreading much needed awareness among people for organ donation in the city, Indore Organ Donation Society will train the doctors of Bhopal for organ donation soon.

Officials of Bhopal sought help from city experts regarding organ donation after various brain dead cases there.

Indore Organ Donation Society has asked Bhopal’s administrative and health officials to send a team for getting hands-on brain dead stem cell certification, organ retrieval and organ harvesting.

“We have assisted the doctors and administrative team of Bhopal over a brain dead case of a girl recently.

However, the donation couldn’t be possible but we have asked the authorities to come to the city for getting hands-on experience on the process,” Secretary of Indore Organ Donation Society, Dr Sanjay Dixit said.

He said that the Bhopal officials are keen to spread awareness among people there and to be the part of the noble cause and they are looking for assistance from society.

“We have requested Bhopal officials including District Collector to send a team here to attend a training session. We are also open to send a team of experts there too for pushing the organ donations,” Dr Dixit added.

A brain dead case was recently reported in Bhopal after which the officials contacted the Indore Organ Donation Society for organ donation after counselling of the family members.

The Secretary of the Society also informed that a team of experts inspected the facilities in MY Hospital over the proposal to start organ retrieval centre.

“A committee including representative of Joint Director, Health, subject experts of Bombay Hospital, CHL Hospital and Choithram Hospital inspected the operation theatres, ICUs and equipments along with verifying documents of the brain stem cell death certification,” he said.

The committee will give its report in a couple of days to the Society and a decision over the permission will be taken soon.

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