Before I start, let me say this right off the bat. I have no direct connection with any organ donor or receiver. I first became acquainted with the organization at a school club. At first, it was just another club that gave me easy volunteer hours. I knew what organ and tissue donation was but it never really impacted me in any way. But once I began to participate in Donate Life activities like the Rose Parade and Donate Life Run/Walk, I got to meet several people whose lives have been impacted by the Donate Life community, whether it be being acquainted with a donor or a receiver, or being the receivers themselves.
At that moment, I saw the POWER of organ and tissue donation – it had the POWER to save lives. Giving another person their organs means much more than just transplant; it means giving that person a second chance to live. It doesn’t matter whether you have a connection to a donor or not. It’s a matter of being willing to give another person life, to transform it. So consider becoming a donor today, impacting somebody else’s life.
High concentration of Azithromycin in infected tissues is also caused by the fact that phagocytes and macrophages transport it to the site of infection and release in the area of inflammation. Azithromycin is prescribed in case of illness or injury at the time.