cadaveric transplant

An organ or tissue transplanted from a deceased and usually unrelated donor

cadaveric transplant

A transplant from a deceased and usually unrelated donor. See Cadaveric organ.
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Comparison of mortality in all patients on dialysis, patients on dialysis awaiting transplantation, and recipients of a first cadaveric transplant.
In a cadaveric transplant the donor is a brain dead person.
The surgeon said he will establish a cadaveric transplant unit soon for not only kidneys, but pancreas, lungs and other vital organs.
The results of cadaveric transplant are very encouraging, he observed.
Due to the bad roads and the lack of drink driving laws, the waiting list for a cadaveric transplant was shorter than today (living related transplants were less common) and most young people received a transplant, some carrying pagers to make sure that hey did not miss the call.
The average life of a live kidney transplant is 18 years and 14 years for a cadaveric transplant.
While waiting for a cadaveric transplant, I self-cannulated my AV fistula using the buttonhole technique for almost 4 years.
Here's how the procedure eligibility numbers break down: Of 400 patients on the center's cadaveric transplant waiting list at one point recently only 100 had liver disease sufficiently severe and urgent to qualify for living-donor transplantation, which requires chronic liver disease with decompensation or a small hepatoma.
A first cadaveric transplant was identified in the Wait List file by means of the transplant number equal to one (or zero, to include patient records that were miscoded according to OPTN staff).
One of these children had received a previous cadaveric transplant, and was 10 years old at the time of the living related transplant, and another recipient was 4 1/2 years old.
Highlighting the importance of cadaveric transplant, he urged to donate kidneys and other body organs after death as a deceased body can save nine lives.