ORGAN DONATION FAQ
No. No organs or tissues will be removed without the consent of the next of kin or family. Organ donation is different from autopsy (post mortem) and is usually done in the operating theatre.
Yes. Most countries including Malaysia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan and Singapore allow Muslims to pledge and donate their organs.
Absolutely not. The medical staff will do their utmost to treat a patient regardless whether the patient is a pledger or not.
No. Organs and tissues will only be retrieved if the following criterias are met:
I. Only organs and tissues that have been consented by the next of kin or family
II. Only organs and tissues that are in good condition and still functioning
III. Only if there is a suitable transplant recipient
Yes. They can still donate, but only their eyes (donation procedure will be done at home)
No. Organs and tissues from the deceased with COVID-19 cannot be donated due to risk of transmission to the recipients.
Yes, the name of the next of kin filled in the form will receive a notification about the pledge of organ donation by the donor.
Yes, users can opt out at any time
Once the user has submitted the pledge form as an organ donor, the "withdraw" button will be displayed. The user can press the button to withdraw the organ donation registration.
When a user applies to withdraw as an organ donor, the organ donor pledge card will turn gray for 14 days. If a user wishes to repledge again, user can only do so, 14 days after status revocation.