For transplant surgery, heart transported from Vadodara in 2.2 hours

A heart was transferred from Vadodara to Mumbai on June 7 and transplanted into another patient at Global Hospitals in Mumbai in just 2.22 hours.

A team from Barel Global Hospitals worked at a hospital in Vadodara to harvest the heart, which was then taken to the hospital in Mumbai for a successful transplant, saving lives. A team from IndiGo has safely transported the living heart from Vadodara to Mumbai.

“The heart transplant has done well and the patient is recovering. We hope the patient will be discharged next week,” said Vivek Talaulekar, CEO of Global Hospitals.

Ronogoi Dutta, CEO of IndiGo, said, “We are honored to support the Global Hospitals team in transporting the living organ (heart), on time to the recipient through safe and efficient logistics. Every life is precious, and IndiGo appreciates the opportunity to contribute to saving one. As I would like to congratulate the airport staff in Vadodara and Mumbai, and the crew members who contributed to this effort.”

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IndiGo also helped transport a pair of lungs from Pune to Hyderabad on May 20. For this private initiative, a green lane has been established in Pune and Hyderabad.

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