- Procurement, Preservation and Allocation of Vascularized Organs[electronic resource] / edited by G. M. Collins, J. M. Dubernard, W. Land, G. G. Persijn.
- Collins, G. M., editor., Dubernard, J. M., editor., Land, W., editor., Persijn, G. G., editor.
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- XV, 381 p. : online resource.
- Section I: Donor Conditioning and Surgery -- 1 Living kidney donation: preoperative evaluation and preparation for surgery -- 2 Kidney recovery from living related donors -- 3 Anaesthesia and resuscitation of the genetically related living donor in liver transplantation -- 4 Living-related liver transplantation (LRLT) -- 5 Diagnosis of brain death -- 6 Selection of multivisceral cadaveric organ donors -- 7 Management of the cadaver donor in the intensive care unit -- 8 Donor conditioning in organ procurement -- 9 Perioperative management of cadaveric donor -- 10 Multiple organ procurement -- 11 The contribution of the non-heart-beating donor to the solution of the shortage of kidneys -- Section II: Organ Preservation -- 12 Biochemistry and cell physiology of organ preservation -- 13 Preservation by simple hypothermia -- 14 Pulsatile preservation in renal transplantation -- 15 Endothelial cell damage and Kupffer cell activation in reperfusion injury to livers stored for transplantation -- 16 Pharmacological agents in organ preservation -- 17 Kidney preservation -- 18 Liver preservation: historical review of preservation techniques -- 19 Heart and lung preservation -- 20 Small bowel preservation -- 21 Pancreas preservation -- Section III: Allocation and Logistics -- 22 Principles of kidney allocation -- 23 Principles of liver allocation in Eurotransplant -- 24 Principles of heart allocation -- 25 Kidney allocation in highly sensitized patients -- 26 Principles of lung allocation -- 27 Organization and logistics in organ exchange -- 28 Costs of transplantation -- 29 The role of the transplant coordinator -- 30 Organ availability in Europe: problems and results -- 31 Donor hospital development in non-university hospitals -- 32 Kidney preservation and graft outcome: Eurotransplant experience -- 33 Primary dysfunction after orthotopic liver transplantation -- 34 Results of intestinal transplantation -- 35 Cardiac transplant survival in relation to preservation -- Section IV: Ethics and Legislation in Organ Donation -- 36 Voluntarism and coercion in living organ donation -- 37 Reimbursement, ?쁱ewarded gifting?? financial incentives and commercialism in living organ donation -- 38 International legislation in living organ donation -- 39 Psychological aspects in living organ donation -- 40 Brain death -- 41 A survey of religious attitudes towards organ donation and transplantation -- 42 Philosophical arguments for accepting the brain death criterion -- 43 Legal and judicial aspects of postmortem organ donation -- 44 The dilemma of organ allocation: the combination of a therapeutic modality for an ill individual with the distribution of a scarce valuable public (health) good -- 45 Living unrelated kidney transplantation.
Medicine & Public Health.
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