In recent times, MPUH â€“ CRS in Nadiad achieved successful kidney transplant surgery. Found very interesting instance where daughter paid moral obligation to her mother. Both of the daughters were unmarried still they donated their kidneys without any hesitancy.
Online PR News – 13-May-2013 – Nadiad – Recently, Muljibhai Patel Urological Hospital â€“ Centre for Robotic Surgery in Nadiad, Gujarat performed kidney transplant surgery. We found very interesting case where daughters paid moral obligation to her mother. Both of the daughters were unmarried though they donated their kidneys without any hesitation.
Ms. Ayushi Dutt - aged 25 year and unmarried - donated her one kidney to her mother - Mrs. Anuradha Dutt (56 Years). Ayushi is very bold, she firmly told her father before surgery that "Donâ€™t worry papa, we both will come out safely from the operation theatre".
The team of surgeons from Muljibhai Patel Urological Hospital (MPUH) - CRS Nadiad - Dr. R B Sabnis, Dr. Shashikant Mishra, Dr. Jigish Vyas and Dr. Chetan Seladya - made this transplant successful. This surgery would last about five and half hours.
Mrs. Anuradha Dutt was suffering from the symptoms for kidney failure. When she consulted MPUH - CRS, the tests were made and it was found out that her both kidneys were not working. She required a donor for kidney transplant. Her husband was having heart problem so he was not able to donate. In this scenario, Ayushi was ready to donate her kidney. Though she is unmarried, she took this decision. When someone asks her that what will you do for your marriage then she speaks boldly that if any guy will raise question for my single kidney, then I won't marry him. Hats off for such daughters in our society.
Similar case is also from Kenya's Nairobi city.
MPUH â€“ CRS has successfully transplanted kidney from a daughter to her mother. The donor - Ms. Elizabeth Mugo (Age 25, Unmarried) donated one kidney to her mother Mrs. Miriam Mugo (Age 55).
Mrs. Miriam Mugo has four daughters and a son. She was feeling severe blood pressure and facing hunger disorder since last seven months. Then she consulted local doctors at Nairobi, but results were not coming. Then she consulted MPUH - CRS, Naidad, Gujarat. Doctors identified that her both kidneys are not functioning, so need to opt for transplant option. Out of the five children, Ms. Elizabeth was only unmarried, and in no time she was agree to donate her kidney without thinking about her future.
Team of ten doctors from MPUH (Muljibhai Patel Urological Hospital) â€“ CRS Hospital mainly Dr. Rabindra Sabnis, Dr. Jigish Vyas, Dr. Arvind Ganpule, Dr. Shashikant Mishra, Dr. Mohan Rajapurkar, Dr. Shishir Gang, Dr. Umapati Hegde, Dr. Kalpesh Patel and assistant doctors have successfully completed the transplant surgery.
Our sincere regards to such daughters in society. One should respect the women and contribute in save the girl child campaign.
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