Wednesday , December 8 2021

The first baby born after a controversial transplant & # 39; the uterus & # 39; corpse


The Brazilian doctors reported the first child born to a woman who received a uterine transplant from a deceased donor.

Eleven birth & # 39; previously used the transplanted uterus, but from a living donor, which is usually a family member or friend.

Experts said the use of women who died womb can & # 39; enable more transplants.

The baby was born in & # 39; December of last year by a woman who was born without a uterus because strange syndrome. At first, the psychologist of & # 39; 32 years was scared & # 39; following the transplant, said Dani Ejzenberg doctor, the doctor in charge of the transplant team at the Faculty of Medicine of the University & # 39; Sao Paulo.

"That was the most important event of his life", he said. "Now she is about to have learned the baby and is very happy".

The woman became pregnant through & # 39; vitro fertilization seven & # 39; months after transplantation. The donor was a woman & # 39; 45 years and had three children died from a heart attack.

The donor, whose identity was not given, was born from a section of & # 39; cesarean. Doctors also removed the uterus, partly to the woman did not have to take drugs to avoid rejecting the transplant. Almost a year later, both mother and baby are b & # 39; health.

Two other transplants are planned as part of a study by Brazilian doctors. The first case details were published Tuesday in The Lancet medical journal.

In 2016, doctors at the Clinic & # 39; Cleveland trapjantaw uterus from a deceased donor, but failed due to infection.

"The group & # 39; Brazilian doctors showed that the use of & # 39; deceased donors is a viable option", said the clinic doctor Tommaso Falcone, who was involved in the event & # 39; Ohio. "You & # 39; & # give a greater number of 39; organs than we thought possible."

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