Extracting bone marrow spinal fluid from girls gang arrested Hafizabad
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Extracting bone marrow from girls
According to reports Over 1500 Bone Marrow Transplants performed in Pakistan since started and there are thousands of cases the reason for not being transplanted is the shortage of the donar cells.
Bone marrow continuous process it also creates automatically but depends on the food hygienic the patient is taking. If we see the normal food being used in Pakistan by common person it is difficult to reproduce properly the bone marrow even the blood is not properly produced how bone marrow can be.
So in order to see the situations and needs this is happen in HAFIZABAD Police on Monday arrested a four member gang accused of extracting spinal fluid bone marrow from unwilling girls and attempting to sell it on the black market they made . The Criminals taken the girls from their home and showing they as employee of hospital and they claimed that the spinal fluid was a necessary part of a medical checkup, which was required for financial assistance for the victim’s dowry and they will support the victim and help them in this way.
Girls who have been checked their started feeling weak after returning home and then they reported the incident to the police, informing them about the place where her medical test had taken place.
Police took action and raided the location in Muhalla Bahawalpura and arrested members of the gang.
“Gang members pretended to be from the DHQ hospital. The gang consists of three males and a female. Girls samples being taken on the promise of a dowry package being provided under a government scheme to those girls to whom bone marrow have been taken.
The accused have confessed to extracting the spinal fluid, saying they were promised compensation. “We were promised Rs40, 000 if we provided 15 samples, however, we could only get 12,” one of the accused told media.
Following reports, Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif took notice of the incident, saying that the best medical treatment should be provided to the victims. The chief minister also sought a report from the district police office in Hafizabad. A bone marrow transplant is a procedure to replace damaged or destroyed bone marrow with healthy bone marrow stem cells.
Bone marrow is the soft, fatty tissue inside your bones. The bone marrow produces blood cells. Stem cells are immature cells in the bone marrow that give rise to all of your different blood cells. Before the transplant, chemotherapy, radiation, or both may be given. This may be done in 2 ways:
Ablative (myeloablative) treatment. High-dose chemotherapy, radiation, or both are given to kill any cancer cells. This also kills all healthy bone marrow that remains, and allows new stem cells to grow in the bone marrow.
Reduced intensity treatment, also called a mini transplant. Lower doses of chemotherapy and radiation are given before a transplant. This allows older people, and those with other health problems to have a transplant.
There are three kinds of bone marrow transplants:
Autologous bone marrow transplant.
The term auto means self-Stem cells are removed from you before you receive high dose chemotherapy or radiation treatment. The stem cells are stored in a freezer. After high dose chemotherapy or radiation treatments your stems cells are put back in your body to make normal blood cells. This is called a rescue transplant.
Allogeneic bone marrow transplant.
The term allo means other Stem cells are removed from another person, called a donor. Most times, the donor’s genes must at least partly match your genes. Special tests are done to see if a donor is a good match for you.
A brother or sister is most likely to be a good match. Sometimes parents, children, and other relatives are good matches. Donors who are not related to you, yet still match, may be found through national bone marrow registries.
Umbilical cord blood transplant.
This is a type of allogeneic transplant. Stem cells are removed from a newborn baby’s umbilical cord right after birth. The stem cells are frozen and stored until they are needed for a transplant. Umbilical cord blood cells are very immature so there is less of a need for perfect matching. Due to the smaller number of stem cells, blood counts take much longer to recover.
A stem cell transplant is usually done after chemotherapy and radiation is complete. The stem cells are delivered into your bloodstream usually through a tube called a central venous catheter. The process is similar to getting a blood transfusion. The stem cells travel through the blood into the bone marrow. Most times, no surgery is needed.
Donor stem cells can be collected in two ways:
Bone marrow harvest.
This minor surgery is done under general anesthesia. This means the donor will be asleep and pain-free during the procedure. The bone marrow is removed from the back of both hip bones. The amount of marrow removed depends on the weight of the person who is receiving it.
Leukapheresis. First, the donor is given several days of shots to help stem cells move from the bone marrow into the blood. During Leukapheresis, blood is removed from the donor through an IV line. The part of white blood cells that contains stem cells is then separated in a machine and removed to be later given to the recipient. The red blood cells are returned to the donor.