Organ donation is the act of giving an organ to save or improve the life of someone who needs a transplant. You are able to donate some organs while you are alive, for example; a kidney, or part of your liver. However, most organ and tissue donations will come from people who have died.

One-organ-Donor

ONE organ donor can save EIGHT lives

One-tissue-donor

ONE tissue donor can enhance the lives of 50+ people

A living donor elects to give hisher organ to someone in need


A living donor elects to give his/her organ to someone in need

A deceased donor allows hisher organs to be donated at death


A deceased donor allows his/her organs to be donated at death

Organs & Tissues
that can be donated by Living Donors

partial intestine

kidney

partial lung

partial liver

partial pancreas

Organs & Tissues
that can be donated by Deceased Donors

heart

liver

kidney

intestine

pancreas

lungs

pancreas

cornea

lungs

bones

cornea

tendons ligaments & veins

bones

tendons ligaments & veins

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A living donor elects to give his/her organ to someone in need
Organs & Tissues
that can be donated by Living Donors

partial intestine

kidney

partial lung

partial liver

partial pancreas

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A deceased donor allows his/her organs to be donated at death
Organs & Tissues
that can be donated by Deceased Donors

heart

liver

kidney

intestine

pancreas

lungs

cornea

bones

tendons ligaments & veins

Conquest-Health Worldwide


Worldwide, the kidneys are the most commonly transplanted organs, followed by the liver and then the heart.

Conquest-Health Transplanted-tissues


Cornea and musculoskeletal grafts are the most commonly transplanted tissues.

How can you be an organ donor?
There are two ways to donate organs:
Conquest-Health Donate-organs
There are two ways to donate organs:
– By pledging for organ donation when a person is alive.
– By consent of family after death.
Process of Organ Donation 

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Source – www.organdonor.gov, www.organindia.org, www.donoralliance.org, notto.gov.in