2015. július 16., csütörtök

Head Anastomosis Venture (Heaven)

 First ever successful head transplant operation was performed within 19 hours We all are probably aware of different surgeries such as heart transplant and kidney transplant, but have you ever heard of a head transplant? It sounds impossible right? I mean, who would let his head to be transferred to another body right? The world's first ever head transplant has just been successful to a patient. The 36-year-old Y1 was diagnosed with cancer 5 years ago. Eventually, he was recommended to transfer his head to another body to save his life, so he did agree. It took the surgeons nineteen hours to completely and successfully finish the operation. “It’s a massive breakthrough. We’ve proved that it can be done – we can give someone a brand new body that is just as good, or better, than their previous one. The success of this operation leads to infinite possibilities.” Dr. X said. The head transplant was done at the Johannesburg, Africa's Charlotte Maxexe Johannesburg Academy Hospital. The key to success, is cutting the two spinal cords with a sharp enough scalpel that trauma to the tissue is minimized, thus maximizing the chances of the tissue healing. The two can then be sewn together using tiny sutures, followed by a special sealant that can supposedly seal leaky nerve cells and “fuse” neurons together, followed by electrical stimulation to encourage regeneration of the nerves. The person would be kept in a coma for several weeks to prevent movement of the neck and allow everything to heal. In this experiment, the “recipient” animal was able to see, taste, smell and hear. The operation involved cauterizing arteries and veins to prevent hypovolemia which facilitates blood flow to the brain. The head be cooled to between 54.6 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit and induce cardiac arrest in the new body; restarting the heart once the procedure is concluded. In fact, if the donor and host spinal cords are severed in the same fashion, mechanically connecting the spinal cord of the host body to the donor head will facilitate a more complete connection. PEG could be used in the fusing process, as research shows that it has been successfully used to fuse the spinal cords  The key is “this ‘clean cut’ [which is] the key to spinal cord fusion, in that it allows proximally severed axons to be ‘fused’ with their distal counterparts.” 'Donor's head will be cooled to 10-15 degrees Celsius,' he said. I know what I'm for and am prepared for it. I already have an entire army of enemies. But even I fail with the project, it'll be a lot easier for those who carry on after me  'That is done in cases of surgery on deep areas of brain. 'We will have an hour to 'switch' the head to a different body.'You need a few minutes to join blood vessels. 'Valery's head will be detached from his body and transferred to another one in a matter of seconds, and brain's blood flow will start in about 15 minutes.'
However 'the joining process may take up to 18-24 hours,' he said. 'Doctors will be taking turns not to get tired.'He added: 'I will be explaining all the technical peculiarities on June 12 in Annapolis at an international neurosurgeons' conference.' 'But I am very conservative when it comes to funding. 'I know what I'm for and am prepared for it. I already have an entire army of enemies. 'But even I fail with the project, it'll be a lot easier for those who carry on after me.' He admitted that 'the final goal is immortality' and brushed aside objections from churches. He stressed: 'I do understand the risks of such surgery. We can't even imagine what exactly can go wrong. if the recipient clone (clonoid) then perfectly seamless exchange.

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