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First Successful Bilateral Hand Transplant Carried Out

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Information reaching the OsunReporters News confirmed that the first successful bilateral hand transplant in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, India.

According to reports, a 45 years old Painter, who lost both his forearms and Hands in a tragic train accident in 2020 is about to hold his brush again, thanks to the surgical excellence of a group of Delhi doctors and a woman’s organ donation.

____The hands of Meena Mehta, former administrative head of a prominent South Delhi school who was declared brain-dead, came to the 45-year-old rescue.

_____Ms Mehta had, during her lifetime, pledged her organs to be used after her death. Her kidney, liver and corneas have transformed the lives of three others.

,____The surgery, which took more than 12 hours, involved connecting bones and every artery, muscle, tendon and nerve between the donor’s hands and the recipient’s arms.

____Dedication paid off and at the end, when the team of healthcare staff posed for a picture, the double thumbs-up by the painter who got his hands back.

The latest development has been added to the history in the world.


Source: Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi

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