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.
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The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the harmonisation with and implementation of the EU regulations in the area of public health, specifically as regards increasing cadaveric organ donation in Turkey.
M2 PHARMA-January 28, 2016-Health Canada Clears Screening of Cadaveric Organ and Tissue Donors with the Avioq HTLV-I/II Microelisa System
cadaveric organ donation) is a decision that an individual can take to save or improve other people's lives.
According to the figures published by the SCOT, the number of cadaveric organ donors in KSA in 1995 was 82.
It is forbidden for foreign patients to have cadaveric organ transplantation.
So are opt-out arrangements for cadaveric organ donation, so that more organs would be volunteered.
Because the harms of cadaveric organ provision, if they exist, are largely psychological, restricting organ markets to those kinds of organs would also be justified on this view.
reproduction is significantly different from cadaveric organ donation,
Public attitudes toward cadaveric organ donation: a survey in Ahwaz.
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.
Summary: The country's first cadaveric organ transplant was performed on a 23-year old Somali woman with kidney failure.