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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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.
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.
Comparison of mortality in all patients on dialysis, patients on dialysis awaiting transplantation, and recipients of a first cadaveric transplant.
The average life of a live kidney transplant is 18 years and 14 years for a cadaveric transplant.
He was maintained on hemodialysis and received a second cadaveric transplant in October 2000.
We don't believe living donation should be offered as an alternative to a cadaveric transplant for an adult," Abecassis told Transplant News.
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).
If Karen hadn't have done this for me, I'd be on a waiting list for a cadaveric transplant - it's not like waiting in a queue for a new hip because you only get out of the queue if you are lucky and a match comes up.
This is, for most persons, the intermediate step between renal failure and a cadaveric transplant.
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.
Claudia Acevedo died July 2 at Texas Children's Hospital (TCH) in Houston after receiving a living donor liver transplant from her mother on June 27 followed by a cadaveric transplant on July 1, when the first allograft failed.