A boy from Madhya Pradesh who was declared brain dead Anmol Jain has given a new life to eight persons by donating his organs.
Medical Director of Siddhanta Hospital Subodh Basnik said, “Anmol met with an accident on November 17 and sustained severe injuries in the head. As a result of which, he was declared brain-dead. The family members of Anmol have decided to donate his organs and it will give a new life to eight people in Bhopal, Indore, and Ahmedabad.”
“I would like to appreciate the decision of kin that they decide to donate the organ. He is a young patient, his organs are in very good condition. Anmol’s eyes have been sent to Medical College Bhopal, one kidney has been sent to Chirayu hospital and another kidney is being kept in Siddhanta hospital itself. Anmol’s heart has been sent to CIMS hospital, Ahmedabad and Liver at Choithram hospital, Indore,” Basnik said.
Meanwhile, Anmol’s elder brother Aditya Jain said, “It was Anmol’s desire that his organs should be donated. He was helping the people so much when he was alive then why not when he is leaving? Besides, it will be a good message for the society that we should look towards a new direction and promote such activity. We are proud that people get a new life because of our Anmol.”
Moreover, for the timely transfer of the organs from the Siddhanta hospital in the city three green corridors were set up.
However, one was set up at Chirayu hospital, one at Indore, and one at the route of Bhopal airport to send the organ to Ahmedabad.