Organ Transplant

  • Organ transplant is a surgical procedure undertaken in cases of organ failure.
  • In this procedure a healthy organ from a person living or deceased is transplanted into the recipient with organ failure, improving their chances of survival. It is performed in critical cases and emergency situations.
  • Benefits of organ transplantation include living a good quality of long life without pain or dysfunctional organ; avoiding medical procedures like dialysis or taking fewer medications.
  • Donor matching is a major part of the organ transplant process, so as to reduce chances of organ transplant rejection.
  • CIMS houses the resources for performing heart, kidney, liver and lung transplant with high success rate.
  • CIMS follows the organ transplant guidelines and patients are continually monitored.


Heart Transplant is provided to the recipient from a brain dead patient (often an accident case). CIMS is the only heart transplant center in Gujarat to have performed 50 heart transplants successfully.

Lung Transplant is provided to the recipient from a brain dead patient (often an accident case). CIMS is the only lung transplant center in Gujarat to have performed 04 lung transplants successfully.

Liver transplant is performed in patients with irreversible liver disease.  It is replaced with either a portion of a liver from a living donor, such as a relative, or with a complete healthy liver from a deceased donor. At CIMS success rate for liver transplants is relatively high. Marengo CIMS Hospital has completed 56 liver transplants successfully.

Kidney transplant: In cases where dialysis is inadequate to stop kidney failure, such patients need kidney transplant. Receiving a kidney from a living related relative is a better choice since chances of rejection are reduced. Marengo CIMS Hospital has completed 89 kidney transplants successfully.


The major risk from an organ transplant surgery is the risk of rejection of the transplanted organ. The body’s immune system automatically rejects what it immediately perceives as foreign tissue, causing several reactions in the body. Wherever possible, doctors performing the organ transplant surgery will try to match the donor’s and the recipient’s blood and tissue types to reduce the chances of organ transplant rejection after organ transplantation is carried out, and also use immunosuppressant drugs to help the recipient body accept the organ more readily.

Other risks of organ transplant surgery also involve infection resulting from the surgery of these threats are not manifest in most procedures today due to the diligence of the teams involved in organ transplant surgery, and organ transplant rejection remains the most critical and constant risk.

202 Bone-Marrow Transplants.

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