The world’s first successful head transplant surgery:- You may have read much news about the efforts of transplantation on the human head, but now doctors have succeeded in transforming it into reality. It was used on the monkey for head transplantation in the past days. This is the first time when a man’s head has been implanted in the whole world. It is believed to be a major success of medical science. Let’s tell you that this surgery has been successfully completed by Italy’s Neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero and his team. He underwent an autopsy surgery in China, which lasted 17 to 18 hours.
Dr. Sergio Canavero claims that the operation has been successful in relating to human brain surgeries. This surgery was broadcast live. He told that in the operation, the group of physicians proved that it is possible to reconnect the human spine, nerves and blood vessels. Doctor Canavero has not given any substantial proof of the success of this test. He assured that he would provide the documents related to testing a few days later.
Dr. Sergio Canavero has begun preparing to transplant the living man’s head in December. Director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group and Italian Professor Cannavaro told that a team of dozens of Doctors’ Harbin Medical University has done this process. He said, in the next phase, the brain dead will be transplanted with the donated organs of the person. This will be the last step of the head transplant. Hope the operation will be successful and this medical practice will be approved.
It is noteworthy that earlier in January, the Dr. Sergio Canavero team successfully transplanted the monkey’s head. The monkey was alive for 20 hours at that time. Dr. Sergio Canavero then said, ‘I want to transplant human head. These successes are great. We will be able to get control of paralysis. ” In 1970 Robert J. White also tested a monkey. At that time the operation was not successful.
He said that everyone says that Head Transplant is impossible, but the operation has been successful. As a living person, the head transplant surgery of 31-year-old computer scientist Valery Spiridonov of Russia will be done. They are suffering from chronic diseases of muscle damage and they have agreed to test themselves. The claim of the successful success of this surgery by Dr. Sergio Canavero has given the people the hope of succeeding the head transplant. Experts say that if the test is successful, the expectations of paralyzed victims will increase.