brain-dead donor

brain-dead donor

An organ donor who has no higher cortical activity and is incapable of resuming sentient life, as determined by standard (e.g., Harvard) criteria.
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(TAP) - The National Centre for the Promotion of Organ Transplantation (CNPTO), on Tuesday, announced the successful completion of four organ transplants from a brain-dead donor performed on May 26 and 27.
They will conduct the first cadaveric organ donor transplantation in the country if brain-dead donor could be found and the family members permit,' Dr ASM Tanim Anwar, who is coordinating the Bangladesh-Korea Kidney Transplantation team, told BSS.
Earlier this year, it successfully carried out the first lung transplant from a brain-dead donor in Vietnam.
"We preformed the first brain-dead donor transplant in September 2017, which was a kidney transplant.
The transplanted liver was taken from a brain-dead donor after approvals were granted from the family of the deceased.
In usual situations, a heart beating in a brain-dead donor is considered a normal donor.
1st pancreatic islet transplant from brain-dead donor conducted
With modern innovations in transplantation, graft outcomes for some DCD organs have improved and may be comparable to those of brain-dead donor (DBD) organs (2,3).
Peter Schnuelle, MD, PhD, of the University Medical Centre in Mannheim, Germany and colleagues assessed the effectiveness of donor pretreatment with dopamine by measuring the postoperative incidence of dialyses in kidney transplant recipients who received a kidney graft from a brain-dead donor. The trial included 264 deceased heart-beating donors and 487 subsequent kidney transplants performed at 60 centers in Europe between March 2004 and August 2007.
A specialist team at London's Royal Free Hospital has drawn up a shortlist of around 30 badly-disfigured patients for the landmark op - which involves removing the ENTIRE face of a brain-dead donor and stitching it on to someone else.
In the course of the surgery involved in organ extirpation, there is not a single medical act that aims, as adjured in the Oath of Hippocrates, to further the well-being of the patient, once declared a brain-dead donor. On the contrary: all actions are for the benefit of prospective organ recipients.
49th organ transplant conducted using organs from brain-dead donor