Satyapal Singh Rajput, Raipur. Now the dead person will give life to the living person. Even though it may sound a bit awkward, but this is the reality. Actually, Chhattisgarh’s first skin bank is ready. Which will be no less than a lifeline for burn patients. At the same time, the number 8839188491 has been issued for skin donation.
Let us tell you that a skin bank has been set up at Dawood Kalyan Super Specialty Hospital in the capital. Where people above 18 years of age can donate skin. However, there are some criteria for skin donation, in which skin can be donated only if it fits.
Doctors say that the recovery rate of burn patients will increase. Skin can be kept in the skin bank for five years. Skin can be donated within six hours of the person’s death. A person with diabetes and high blood pressure can also donate. Whereas AIDS, hepatitis B and C, sexually transmitted diseases, skin cancer, active skin diseases, septicemia cannot donate skin.
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