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Young Engineer's  donated organs save 7 Lives

Young Engineer's donated organs save 7 Lives

Ms. Sanjana Parthasarathi, a 25-year-old from Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, had recently completed her engineering degree and had started working in the electronic city of Bangalore.
The young software engineer's life was cut short tragically due to a road accident in Ramnagar, Bangalore.
On March 19th, Ms. Sanjana was returning from a picnic with her friends near Ramnagar when the bike she was riding as a pillion skidded and she fell on a road breaker. 
Despite wearing a half-helmet, she sustained severe head injuries and was immediately shifted to BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals  for treatment. 
After undergoing surgery in an attempt to save her life, she remained in a critical condition and was declared brain dead on March 23rd.
Ms. Sanjana's parents, a retired railway officer and a school teacher, decided to honor her memory by donating her organs to save others. 
On March 23rd, Sanjana's liver, kidneys, heart valves, and corneas were successfully donated to seven patients, giving them a new lease of life.
The organ donation procedure took place at BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital in Bangalore, where the hospital staff facilitated the donation process with great care and professionalism, providing support to the grieving family throughout, according to a communication from the company.