Tanishq Kapse

Department of Anatomy, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed to be University), Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha, Maharashtra, India


  • Research   
    Enriching Lives after Death
    Author(s): Tanishq Kapse and Anupama Sawal*

    After death, there are mainly 3 possibilities for the body; either it will be cremated or it will be donated and the third being left unattended. As far as donation is concerned it can be donation of organs in that case the organs are donated and then the body will be cremated the other type of donation is that the whole body is donated. These bodies are then used for various research purposes as well as to educate students. These cadavers are referred as “first patients” of students of health sciences, for medical students’ cadaver is a resource which is irreplaceable as it not only helps them learn details about human body but also exposes them to various emotions as well as to sufferings of patients to some extent. However, the donation of organs as well as donation of body is not a common practice in Indian society, around 34 people among 100 million people donat.. Read More»

    Abstract HTML PDF