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Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation

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"PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL COVER FREE OF COST. "

"OVER ONE MILLION PATIENTS TREATED LAST YEAR. "

"NINE CENTRES ACROSS THE COUNTRY MITIGATING THE HUMAN SUFFERING. "

"RECOGNIZED CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN SOUTH ASIAN REGION. "

"HIGH PROFESSIONAL ETHICS, DIGNITY AND RESPECT OF EVERY VISITING PATIENT. "

"DOCTORS ARE CATALYST AND PATIENTS ARE ULTIMATE BENEFICIARY. "

"A PERFECT MODEL OF COMMUNITY-GOVT PARTNERSHIP. "

"COMMITTED TO IMPART PROFESSIONAL TRAINING TO MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS. "

"PIONEER OF TRANSPLANTATION TECHNOLOGY IN THE COUNTRY. "

Milestones & Achievement
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Pakistan’s First Cadaver Organ Transplant

SIUT is known for establishing one milestone after another. Doctors and paramedics of SIUT created a medical history by carrying out first Pakistan’s first cadaver kidney transplant in 1995. The organ (gifted by Euro Transplant Foundation) was retrieved from a 14 year old Dutch girl who died of cerebral hemorrhage. Her kidney was successfully transplanted into a 24-year-old Pakistani female patient suffering from end stage of renal failure.

First Locally Harvested Cadaver Organ Transplant

SIUT added another feather in its cap in October 1998 by putting Pakistan in the comity of nations where cadaver organ transplantation is a reality. The story of the first cadaver transplant began when a 24 year old Pakistani met a serious road accident. The family approached the SIUT with their decision to honor the deceased’s wish to give the gift of life of his organs (kidneys and eyes). The kidney recipients were two young men while his corneas were restored the vision of two others. SIUT’s landmark achievement Pakistan to become the ninth Islamic country after Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iran, Egypt, Kuwait amongst others, to carry out cadaver organ transplant.

First Successful Liver Transplant

Continuing its efforts to earn more landmarks in the field of surgery and medical sciences, SIUT also carried out first successful liver transplant in the country in November 2003.The surgical procedure was carried out after developing an extensive Liver Transplantation program. A six-month-old baby was transplanted a liver in collaboration with King's College Hospital, London.