Liver transplant is a surgical procedure where the surgeon removes the diseased liver and replaces it with either a full liver from a deceased donor (cadaveric transplant) or a portion from a donor liver (living donor transplant). It is usually the treatment recommended for people with several complications resulting from end stage liver disease or liver cancer. It may also be an option for people with sudden liver failure. It vastly improves quality of life.
Heart transplant is a procedure where a failing heart is replaced with a healthy donor heart. It is usually recommended by doctors when all other forms of treatment – medical, interventional or surgical – have failed.
Lung Transplant benefits patients with severe lung problems like pulmonary fibrosis, acute lung injury not recovering on ECMO support, and severe COPD.