cadaveric organ

An organ transplanted after its owner’s death

cadaveric organ

Transplant surgery An organ transplanted after its owner's death. See Harvesting, Mandated choice, Presumed consent.
References in periodicals archive ?
It is forbidden for foreign patients to have cadaveric organ transplantation.
With respect to motor vehicle safety laws, we study how changes in seat belt, helmet, and speed limit laws indirectly affect the number of living donations by shifting the supply of cadaveric organ donations.
Increased plasma interleukin-6 in donors is associated with lower recipient hospital-free survival after cadaveric organ transplantation.
Summary: The country's first cadaveric organ transplant was performed on a 23-year old Somali woman with kidney failure.
We particularly need to promote deceased or cadaveric organ donation culture in our country," he said.
In developed countries, the availability of cadaveric organ donations has reached a plateau.
Section II focuses on the impact of differences in funeral laws on cadaveric organ donation, while Section III examines the impact of state laws concerning live donors and their impact on live donations.
While both live and cadaveric donation are important factors to consider in this context, this paper will only take issue with the consent system for post mortem cadaveric organ donation.
It also sanctioned cadaveric organ transplants, which would have alleviated the pressure on live donors.
Johnson, Note, The United States System of Organ Donation, the International Solution, and the Cadaveric Organ Donor Act: "And the Winner Is .