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Abstract

A REVIEW ON ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION

P. Susmitha*, S. Sundar, K. Padmalatha, A. Manisha Gowd K. Sumi

ABSTRACT

Organ transplantation is one of most successful advances in modern medicine. For patients with end stage disease, transplantation most often provides their only chance for survival. Recent advances in the fields of organ donation and organ transplant have introduced new hope for the treatment of serious diseases. However, this promise has been accompanied by several issues. One challenge that has remained from the outset is to overcome the shortage of suitable donor organs. The results of organ transplantation continue to improve, both as a consequence of the above innovations and the improvements in peri- and postoperative management. The most common issue raised is ethical implications, but in a multicultural society like Malaysia, additional concerns arise pertaining to social and religious issues. These concerns needs to be addressed as attitudes toward and acceptability of organ donation varies according to social, culture, and religion. The diverse cultural, religious, and traditional concepts pertaining to organ donation may hamper its acceptability and cause a lack of willingness to donate organs. The purpose of this article is to briefly explore the types of organ transplant, sources of donor organs, transplant rejection and transplant tourism.

Keywords: Organ Transplantation, Transplant Rejection, Transplant Tourism, Organ Trafficking.


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