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organ transplant:

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surgical procedure by which a tissue or organ is removed and replaced by a corresponding part, usually from another part of the body or from another individual.
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He also pointed out that organ transplantation is a sustainable solution that benefits patients suffering from cancer, heart disease, pulmonary failure, hepatic fibrosis, and renal failure, among others.
The UAE has issued regulations to govern organ transplantation, ruling out the possibilities of organ trafficking in the country,
For years, the Shaikh Khalifa Medical City, a public health care facility in the capital, was the only authorised organ transplantation centre.
In January 2015, we published a response article to the open letter from eight prominent overseas professors [sup][3] regarding the organ transplantation in China which clearly described the arduous 10 years' journey of the reform for organ transplantation and demonstrated the determination to change organ transplantation in China.
The Ethical and Clinical Guidelines, which supersede the Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ) Organ Transplantation from Deceased Donors: Consensus Statement on Eligibility Criteria and Allocation Protocols, are the culmination of a collaborative effort by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), the Organ and Tissue Authority and TSANZ.
In the next session how to establish "Deceased Donor Organ Transplantation Programme" in Pakistan was discussed in detail.
The Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation is the official body tasked with overseeing all transplant procedures in the Kingdom through its centers located within a number of hospitals.
The drug is not approved in any country to prevent or treat DGF after kidney or other solid organ transplantation.
The book highlights the economics, as well as the ethical and political avenues of organ transplantation primarily attuned to the United States' issues, with global policies and issues brought in for a provocative comparison.
Department of Health and Human Services has released the 2013 PHS Guideline for Reducing Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Hepatitis B Virus, and Hepatitis C Virus Transmission Through Organ Transplantation (1), available online at http://www.
of Minnesota) supply transplant surgeons and physicians, trainees, and allied professionals on the transplant team with a guide to abdominal organ transplantation.
Despite advances in the field of organ transplantation, a critical shortage of donated organs still exists in the United States.