2 edition of Medical-legal aspects of tissue transplantation found in the catalog.
Medical-legal aspects of tissue transplantation
National Research Council. Ad Hoc Committee on Medical-Legal Problems
in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Contributions||National Research Council. Committee on Tissue Transplantation|
|LC Classifications||RD120.7 N37|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
Legislating medical ethics: a study of the New York State do-not-resuscitate law / edited by Robert Baker and Martin A. Strosberg with the assistance of Jonathan Bynum. KF D62 L34 Legal and ethical aspects of fetal tissue transplantation / Arthur R. Bauer. The main objective of this paper is a medical, legal, and moral theological appraisal of living organ donation and transplantation. In the light of the appraisal, we will propose the approach of the virtue of charity for the moral justification of living organ donation and transplantation.
In , Congress enacted the National Organ Transplant Act, which established a task force on organ transplantation to examine the ethical, social, and economic aspects of organ procurement. In that year, , persons were declared dead using brain criteria; organs were obtained from only 2,, while the need for kidneys, hearts, and lungs Cited by: Lectures on “Medical/Legal Aspects of Hair Replacement Surgery and Personal Techniques”, presented at the Hair Transplant Seminar, sponsored by the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; March , ; Birmingham, Alabama.
Brain death laws and patterns of consent to remove organs for transplantation from cadavers in the United States and 28 other countries. Transplantation, 31, Google Scholar Cited by: 9. The Spectrum of Societal Responses Public moral discourse on bioethics has been fostered in a variety of ways in the United States. Some of the mechanisms described in this chapter entail the formation of a group of persons, as in grassroots organizations, while others relate to the activities of long-established social institutions, such as.
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Medical, legal, and ethical aspects of organ transplantation Article (PDF Available) in Military medicine (9) October with 20 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Kidney Transplantation Most of the medical-legal questions to be discussed are of importance with respect to kidney transplantation.
Further, since the clinical transplant experience of the author has been entirely with the kidney, kidney transplants will be discussed in the greatest by: 7. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Melvin Shiffman.
Cover title: Medical-legal aspects of tissue transplantation. "Supported by the Office of the Surgeon General, Dept. of the Army and the Office of the Surgeon General, Dept. of the Navy Contract DAMD and the National Institutes of Health, Public Health Service Contract PH. The Central Government has amended the Transplantation of Human Organs Act, (42 of ) to include certain changes called the Transplantation of Human Organs Rules, (GSR NO.
51(E), dr. ) [As amended vide GSR (E), dt]. Given. Medical, legal, ethical, and religious aspects of transplantation in Iran have been discussed in the book Comprehensive Outlook on Organ Transplantation (in Farsi). 28 The second edition of this book is now in press. We hope that these attempts will increase general public awareness and encourage authorities and decisionmakers to prevent Cited by: Psychological and Social Aspects of Human Tissue Transplantation.
An Annotated Bibliography. papers and books from the medical, legal, and religious literature. Subject and author indexes. FULL TEXT. PDF.
Not Available. Citations. Citation. Psychological and Social Aspects of Human Tissue Transplantation. An Annotated Bibliography. Ann. In Mexico, diabetes mellitus is the main cause of end − stage kidney disease, and some patients may be transplant candidates.
Organ supply is limited because of cultural issues. And, there is a lack of standardized clinical guidelines regarding organ donation. These issues highlight the tension surrounding the fact that living donors are being selected despite being prediabetic.
This article Author: Aldo Ferreira-Hermosillo, Edith Valdez-Martínez, Miguel Bedolla. Organ transplantation--current medical and medical--legal status. U.S. National Institutes of Health, - Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc - pages.
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Excerpt Abstracts of recent and current papers and books from the medical, legal, and religious literature. Subject and author indexes. Psychological and Social Aspects of Human Tissue Transplantation. Surgeon-General's Office.; United States.
Navy Department Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.; National Institutes of Health (U.S.) Title(s): Medical-legal aspects of tissue transplantation. A report to the Committee on Tissue Transplantation from the Ad Hoc Committee on Medical-Legal Problems of the Division of Medical Sciences, National Research.
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Progress in Transplantation is an international peer-reviewed journal that gives voice to the multiple disciplines that are involved in organ and tissue transplantation. The aim of the journal is to disseminate scholarly articles on organ transplantation and follows the ethical standards set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics.
Medical-Legal Ramifications of Human Tissue Transplantation Medical-Legal Aspects of Pulmonary Disease Hyman Alexander and Arthur Nathan. PDF. Rehabilitation and Trauma Book Review Editor Steven H. Adelman Business Staff Karl LaPinska Herman Lancaster Faculty Advisory Committee. The on-call anesthesiologist noted that the donor was intubated but breathing spontaneously with a tidal volume of cm 3 and a respiratory rate of 20 breaths/min.
When the anesthesiologist questioned the diagnosis of brain death, one of the declaring physicians reportedly stated that because the donor was not going to recover, he/she could be declared brain dead, and that in any case the Cited by: Autograft: Autotransplantation is the transplantation of organs, tissues from one part of the body to another in the same individual.
Tissue transplanted by such “autologous” procedure is referred to as an autograft or autotransplant. Allograft: An allograft is a transplant of an organ or tissue between two genetically non-identical members of the same species. Fat Transplant to the Buttocks and Legs for Enhancement and Deformities Large Volumes of Fat Transplant.
Written by Lina Valero, M.D. Published in Autologous Fat Transplantation Book edited by. ï»¿PSYCHOSOCIAL, LEGAL, ETHICAL, AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF ORGAN DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION Sydney S. Lange, MSN, RN, CCRN Critical care nurses play an integral role in the organ donation and transplant process and provide care Cited by: The medical examiner community plays a key role in the organ and tissue procurement process for transplantation.
Since many, if not most, potential organ or tissue donors fall under medicolegal jurisdiction, the medical examiner bears responsibility to authorize or deny the procurement of organs or tissues on a case-by-case basis.
Articles & Book Chapters by an authorized administrator of Osgoode Digital Commons. Recommended Citation Castel, J.-G. "Some Legal Aspects of Human Organ Transplantation in Canada."Canadian Bar Review (): Several centuries ago, a cynical Gregory said of doctors: “Old men let their patients die, young men kill them,” and there are times when the first part could be paraphrased: “Physicians let their patients die,” the second part you can complete as you will.
It is important to point out that the availability and acceptable risk of some surgical procedures may not be known to some Cited by: 4.When medical personnel in a San Diego hospital have identified a potential donor, they use a 24 hour number to contact the Donor Hotline.
A Lifesharing procurement transplant coordinator then assists the referring hospital and the donor family with the medical, legal, and ethical aspects of donation.