Transplantation is the process of transplanting an organ from a donor to a patient in need. It is one of the most developed areas in the field of medicine in recent years.

Today, one of the most important medical developments that affect the lives of many people and enable them to hold on to life is transplantation procedures. Transplantation, which can be defined as the process of transplanting any organ taken from a donor to another patient in need, is one of the most important areas of improvement in the field of medicine.

The transplantation process, which is performed by replacing organs that are chronically disturbed or can no longer be transformed into a healthy state with healthy organs, can be performed by taking the organs from a cadaver or a living person.

All organ transplant operations are carried out with very modern technologies and techniques since especially organ transplant surgeries are critical and have fine details. However, although people are becoming more aware of this issue in our country and in the world, there are still many more patients awaiting transplantation. In this sense, organ transplant operations can be performed among people related up to the 4th degree in accordance with the regulations of the Ministry of Health in our country. In addition, it is also important to know that there is a chance of transplantation between unrelated people. Organ transplantation can also be performed from people who are not related to the approval obtained from the Regional Ethics Committees. It should be reminded in this regard that being more sensitive about organ transplantation is an important task that will save more people's lives.        

The most transplanted organs in our country are the liver and the kidney.