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procurement

 [pro-kūr´ment]
the obtaining of something.
organ procurement in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as guiding families through the donation process to ensure timely retrieval of vital organs and tissue for transplantation.

organ procurement

a nursing intervention from the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) defined as guiding families through the donation process to ensure timely retrieval of vital organs and tissue for transplant. See also Nursing Interventions Classification.
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6 abdominal organ procurement surgeries were performed yearly in Canada between 2005 and 2009 (range: 414-493).
This investigation reveals several areas in which current detection and notification might be improved to prevent similar future transplant transmission events, including: 1) consideration of the use of HCV NAT for organ donors; 2) use of algorithms or other procedures to ensure accurate reading of test results and reduce human error; and 3) timely feedback of possible disease transmission in organ or tissue recipients to organ procurement organizations, tissue banks, public health authorities, and regulators.
Then, because this area is subtracted from the overall social welfare realized under a market system (area ecao) to calculate the net welfare gain attributable to adoption of a market-based organ procurement system (which is given in equation (9) of B-R's paper), this latter calculation will represent an understatement of the total gain.
index=78 Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) http://optn.
Huang, who was the country's former vice health minister, has been pushing toward the reforming the nation's organ procurement and donation system for many years, Xinhua.
However, there are several limitations unique to organ procurement that may limit this concept.
For information on the local chapter of TRIO, and One Legacy, the Southern California Organ Procurement Organization, call TRIO president Ron Taubman at (818) 701-2977 or e-mail www.
The 1984 law also set up the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network (OPTN) to promote the sharing of organs across geographic boundaries.
CompuCom has made a commitment to evangelize what LifeGift and other organ procurement organizations seek to accomplish by officially joining in a national effort entitled, "Workplace Partnership for Life".
com)-- On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016, the Association of Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO) recognized United Network of Organ Sharing's (UNOS) Chief Executive Officer Brian Shepard by presenting him with the Association's 2016 Chief Executive Officer's Award.
However, in his proclamation making April National Donate Life Month, he acknowledged including $25 million in his 205 budget proposal for organ procurement and transplantation efforts and noted he had signed the transplant bill.
After outlining these problems she explores alternative structures that could enhance organ procurement and then makes the case for a hybrid altruistic-commoditization system that "embraces a transparent but limited market approach" to organ procurement.