In the next few days, a new pelvis is expected to be transplanted into a patient who needs one.
If you’re thinking about getting a pelves transplant, here are a few things to consider.1.
What’s the process?
A pelvis donation is a procedure performed in a medical center, usually at an emergency room, to remove and replace the diseased and damaged tissue of the spinal cord, which connects the upper back and pelvis.
This tissue is usually removed by a specialized team of doctors and nurses.
The surgery takes about three hours.
The new patient will be treated by a doctor who will use an operating room to remove the damaged spinal tissue, then graft new tissue to the damaged area.
The surgeon will then place the new spinal tissue into the body of the patient, which can be done either with a machine or a surgeon’s scalpel.2.
Is it a surgical procedure?
The surgery itself is usually a small procedure that involves using a scalpel to cut a small opening in the tissue.
It is a minor procedure that does not require anesthesia.
It may require a hospital stay.3.
Can I have the procedure done by a surgeon?
Yes, although some people may require more specialized training.
Surgery can take several hours, but the surgeon can do the surgery at home.4.
What should I expect?
The surgeon will use special tools and procedures to remove or replace damaged tissue.
This surgery may require an extra special surgical team.
It will take the doctor about two weeks to make the final graft.
The patient will then return home with a new, healthy pelvis and new healthy blood vessels and nerves.
The surgery may take up to three months to complete.
It can cost $15,000 to $40,000 depending on the type of pelvis, the severity of the damage, the type and severity of complications, the size of the wound, and the severity and length of the surgery.
It’s important to note that there are some serious complications after a pelve transplant, including the risk of death.
The surgeon who performs the transplant will need to have an emergency procedure card and an insurance policy to cover the cost.
If the procedure is not done right, the risk is high.