David talbot and anthony dalessandro an informative and practical guide to the use of transplant donors after cardiac death and recipient selection lays out the moral legal and ethical restraints to using such donors for organ transplant together with the techniques that have been adopted to improve their outcome. The commonest but not the only form of donation after cardiac death is retrieval of organs from patients where supportive treatment has been withdrawn in an intensive care setting some of the thorniest issues in such donations arise in the management of these patients prior to their death and in the immediate period after cardiac standstill. Written by international experts this resource lays out the moral legal and ethical restraints to using donors after cardiac death for organ transplant together with the techniques that have been adopted to improve their outcome the different approaches and results of renal transplant according to country are covered along with the procedures and outcomes adopted to use other organs . Donation after circulatory death dcd previously referred to as donation after cardiac death or non heartbeating organ donation refers to the retrieval of organs for the purpose of transplantation from patients whose death is diagnosed and confirmed using cardio respiratory criteria
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