Heart Transplant Day: Under what conditions heart transplant is done, what is this process, know everything here..


All About Heart Transplant: Crores of people die every year due to heart disease. At present, the cases of heart disease are increasing continuously. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), heart disease is one of the biggest causes of death worldwide. In India too, a large number of people are suffering from heart disease. These include people of all ages. A recent report by the World Health Federation (WHF) revealed that in the last 30 years, the number of deaths due to cardiovascular disease in the world has increased by more than 60 percent, which is very worrying. In such a situation, continuous work is being done on new techniques of treatment regarding heart disease. Of these, a heart transplant is also a very effective method.


In many heart diseases, a large number of people's lives can be saved through heart transplants. It should be such a technique, which can be life-saving for people in the condition of heart damage or failure. Heart Transplant Day is celebrated in India on 3rd August. A heart transplant was done for the first time in India on this day in the year 1994. According to the report of Myoclinic, a heart transplant is an operation, in which the damaged heart of the patient is removed and replaced with the heart of the person who donates the organ. A heart transplant is a treatment that is usually done for people whose hearts cannot be cured by drugs or other surgery. After a heart transplant, the patient's chances of survival increase.


When a person's heart fails and the heart does not work even after all the treatments, then there is a need for a heart transplant in that condition. Generally, the risk of heart failure increases due to the weakening of the heart muscles (cardiomyopathy), coronary artery disease, heart valve disease, and congenital heart problems. When these problems do not benefit from any kind of treatment, then their life can be saved through a transplant. After a heart transplant, the patient can live his life for a long time without any problems. Although heart transplant is more successful in young people. In the case of older people, it is not very successful.
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