The heart. Its beat is the music of life. Have you ever wondered how this amazing organ can be transplanted from one person to another? So much depends on timing — and every step must be flawlessly executed by a highly skilled medical team at Cleveland Clinic.
+LegacyGameplays you are right but the heart is taken from a donor who is dead but a dead heart can also be healthy and can be electrically shocked back into beating, the heart is considered healthy if it is not having any congenital malformations or defects and can be brought back to beating and also should be in perfect condition i.e. not degraded or degeneration shouldn't be there
Your ribs aren't sawed off actually. Your sternum (breastbone) is cut in half and held open and then wired back together afterwards. And technically, you aren't dead during surgery, a machine is pumping blood and keeping you alive while the heart is being transplanted.
An error Occurred A person would have to be declared brain dead for the heart to be donated. The heart needs to be continuously beating until surgeons decide to remove & transplant the organ from the donor.
Because when they are finished cutting through ribs without causing any damage to you or your internal organs it can last up to 4 to 5 hours
when they cut the hearth out to give another one thats about 3 minutes I suppose.. and sewing up then like hour I guess or more idk
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