Science made great strides since the beginning of time. Every day new things are invented that change the life of a human being.
This technology has helped man in every field whether it is small or big IT field or science field but this technology has helped a lot.
In 1954, the kidney was the primary human organ to be transplanted effectively. Liver, heart and pancreas transplants were effectively performed by the late 1960s, while lung and intestinal organ transplant methodology were started during the 1980s.
The severe shortage of human organs for transplantation, which slows the delivery of optimum therapy for some and prevents the delivery of optimum therapy for many more patients, motivated these considerations. With the passage of time and advances in medical care and technology, this shortage has become even worse and hence it would seem at least as appropriate now as in the past to consider the dimensions of the problem and solutions with the potential to address to it.
The biggest cause of disability and death in human beings is organ transplant which causes heart, kidney,liver and bladder to stop working. At first these things do not affect human health but later it has a very bad effect.
After years of hard work, physicians and scientists have come to the conclusion that more organs can be transferred from one body to another.
Organ transportation is a medical field in which an organ is given by a healthy person to a weak person in which both the organ giver and the receiver are present at same place.
The methodology examined here is perplexing and may never be figured it out. Be that as it may, each progression has been cultivated in some test framework, and what is missing is the sorting out of the means. Whether or not this deliberate system succeeds, we accept the endeavors made in testing it might produce new information and new dreams about how organs might be supplanted later on.