donation rate

donation rate

In organ transplantation the number of potential organ donors in a community divided by the number of actual donors.
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Blood donation rates for example, are considerably less in developing countries when compared to transitional countries, which have a donation rate 3 times higher and 13 times higher in developed countries.
The health ministry says organs donated from such victims with proper consent of their family members can help the country's "abysmally" low organ donation rate, the press service TOI reported.
Spain, with 35 organ donors for every one million people, has the highest donation rate in the world.
The study, published in the British Journal of Anaesthesia, found that Glasgow has the lowest donation rate while Cardiff has the highest.
In this section we examine the effect that variations in the opportunity costs involved in organ donation have on the cadaveric donation rate.
Sharing Among Regions Already Happens The Midwest Transplant Network shared more than half of all donated organs with other regions and 34 percent of all livers with other regions last year, so the region's excellent donation rate already helps other parts of the country.
The median blood donation rate in high-income countries is 36.
The UK's donation rate would be one of the best in the world if family consent rates could be improved.
The system being rolled out Wales has already been running for decades in Israel, Singapore and other European countries including Spain, which has the highest organ donation rate in the world.
Mr West said, however, that the donation rate in Coventry and Warwick- shire, as opposed to the rest of the region, was well above the national average of 13.
Hospital representatives received the department's Medal of Honor for Organ Donation for achieving and sustaining national goals for donation, including a donation rate of 75 percent or more of eligible donors at their facilities.
OPOs, like NORS, were recognized for their efforts based on their performance for achieving and sustaining national goals for donation, including a donation rate of 75 percent or more of eligible donors.