Kidney Donation Case Study

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Our goal was to study views of people regarding kidney donation and transplantation at OPD HMC. The data consisting of 300 cases was collected at the respective hospital in Peshawar. After through analysis it was found that number of people willing for donation were more as compared to the reluctant ones .

In depicting result of this research we concluded that 86% were aware of kidney donation and transplantation. According to Mohamed E Guella that conducted a survey in Dhahran Military Hospital , Saudi a Arabia during December , 2012 - January , 2012 that about 90% individuals were aware about organ donation and transplantation[34] . A similar study carried out in Pakistan proposed
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Few of the people (19.7%) didn’t know about such laws existing in their religion . Great majority of people said that religion doesn’t discourages anyone from saving someone’s life .

Furthermore , According to article of Kidney vendors in Pakistan , Professor . Syed Ali Anwar founded that 239 vendors were found in a single study [30]. While in our study 17% of people have financial incentive for Kidney donation .

In our study , we further cross tabulated and found that about 75% of interviewed Muslims thought Kidney donation is allowed in Islam , In a similar study conducted on May – June 2011 in Faisalabad , Pakistan showed that only 53.33% of Muslims believed that Islam allows kidney donation[32]
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