Apollo Hospitals - Brain dead man gives new lease of life to 3 people

December 8th, 2016, Mumbai: 
50 year old Mahipal Singh, from Kamothe, had met with an accident on Tuesday, December 6th 2016 at Uran Highway, in Navi Mumbai. He was brought to Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai, in a critical condition with severe head injury. In spite of the all the treatment, he did not recover and eventually was declared brain dead on Wednesday, December 7th, 2016, as per the protocols. The treating Doctors educated the family on organ donation and with the support of ZTCC [Zonal Transplant Coordination Center], the family agreed to donate his organs with all generosity.

Apollo Hospitals - Brain dead man gives new lease of life to 3 people

His liver and both the kidneys are being transplanted at private hospitals in Mumbai, giving a new lease of life to 3 people.

Dr Narendra D. Trivedi, CEO, Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai, said “Mahipal Singh continues to be alive in these 3 individuals and we sincerely thank the generosity of the family. We also thank the media and ZTCC for their sustained support in educating the public on organ donation.”

About Apollo Hospitals:

Apollo Hospitals - Navi Mumbai, is a state-of-the art 500 bedded facility, with 120 Critical Care Beds and one of the most advanced Multi-speciality Tertiary Care Hospitals in the region of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. The hospital offers comprehensive and integrated super-speciality services under one roof with highly experienced doctors of national and international repute supported by a well-trained team of nurses & technicians and other support staff. The unit comprises of more than 50 specialties with accessibility to advanced technologies and clinical expertise.