How To Do Organ Transplantation

22.02.2016

Organ transplantation is the process of transplanting part or all of an organ, also known as organ transplantation in the medical language, to the person who needs it.

As organ transplantation is damaged or diseased, it involves the removal of organs that cannot perform their function from a living person or cadaver and transferring it to the person who needs it.

Almost all organs in the human body can be transplanted. The most well-known organs of transplantation are heart, lung, kidney, liver, bone marrow, cornea of ​​the eye. In recent years, successful face transplant performed in Turkey was also performed. Thus, people who face problems in the face area have gained new faces and improved their quality of life.

Organs can regenerate themselves, but if they lose their function completely, it affects all the organs of our body and causes a collapse. Organ transplantation gives people a second chance in their lives.

The most important of a series of tests for organ transplantation are blood group compliance and tissue compliance. In case the tissues do not fit, the body transplantation process perceives the affected tissue as unfamiliar and continues to be a problem in the damaged area. The reaction of our body to foreign organs is the same as the reaction to the bacteria and viruses in our bodies when we are ill.

The most insoluble organs in the structure are kidneys and liver. Since these two organs have a venom-reducing effect on our body, they can also be transplanted if they are damaged and cannot perform their functions.

Liver transplantation is an important and noteworthy transplantation process because it can be given as a part of other organ transplants. The liver is an organ that can renew itself in terms of structure. For this reason, it is a partially donated organ. The donor of the liver is called a donor. If the donor is in contact with the needy, the whole liver is transferred to the person in need. In order to carry the transplant between donor and recipient during tissue and organ donation, both sides should not be using alcohol or drugs, should not have cancer, should not have severe lung and heart disease, there should be no inflammation in his body, he should not carry the HIV virus known as AIDS and massive liver In case of failure, liver transplantation and organ transplantation cannot be performed.

The success of the surgery during tissue and organ transplantation depends on the ability of the doctor as much as the tissue compliance. Problems and infections can also occur when carelessness is not performed or meticulous in the placement of the tissue or organ. Therefore, the expertise of the doctor performing the operation is of great importance in organ transplantation.

Sosyal Medyada Paylaş