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Cadaveric Organ Donation (COD): Where we stand for?

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Pravash Ranjan Mishra, Priyanka Rathore, Rajnish Ranjan, Arun Kumar, Dinesh Agarwal, Shilpisudha Mohakud, Ramniwas Kumawat and Mayadhar Barik
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Abstract: 

Background: People in our country are in waiting list for organ transplantation (OT) which could be overcome by deceased organ donation (OD). Our aim of the study was to evaluate the awareness regarding body/ organ donation after and before death in grass root level. Material and Methods: An observational study was conducted among post graduate medical students (Radiology group), non-medical students (Research group) and paramedics (Regular group) and. Staff (Nurses group) in our Institute population. Total 600 participants were answered through questionnaire based providing information about the knowledge and attitude towards body and organ donation on particularly medical students. Results: 91.73% of entire study group had strongly positive attitude about cadaveric organ donation from the medical student (Radiology group), Non Medical student (Research group) 97 % had idea about this. Paramedics (Regular group) 40 % of total participants were unwilling for body/organ donation after death. Staff (Nurses group) 74% of total participants were willing for body donation after death. Discussion: The present study has been done elaborately to find out the different barriers for body or organ donation. It is clear from the study that though there is high level of awareness, nobody has filled up the pledge form till now. It indicates that there is a gap between the knowledge and motivation for organ and body donation after death which has to be overcome by proper guidance and education. Media and other voluntary organizations could take an important role for this purpose. Conclusion: The present study has been done elaborately to find out the different barriers for body or organ donation. It is clear from the study that though there is high level of awareness, nobody has filled up the pledge form till now. It indicates that there is a gap between the knowledge and motivation for organ and body donation after death which has to be overcome by proper guidance and education. Media and other voluntary organizations could take an important role for this purpose.

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