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Organ donation is the process of removing an organ or tissue from organ donor and placing it into the recipient (Cleveland Clinic, 2015). This is important because donation of organs to the person whose organ has failed or has been damaged by disease or injury can get their life back after transplantation. But in todays ' world the number of recipient is more than the number of donor. The organ and tissues which can be transplanted in modern medicine are liver, kidney, pancreas, heart, lungs, intestine, cornea, middle ear, skin, bone marrow, heart valves, and connective tissues (Cleveland Clinic, 2015). There are different policies and reforms for organ transplantation and donation.
Donations from deceased patients occur after the donor has been classified as neurologically dead, and thus the organs are available for transplant to patients on the donor list. Neurological death is the accumulation of blood or fluid in the brain cavity, increasing inter cranial pressure and limiting the flow of oxygen to the brain (Olson, 2002). Once the brain has lost its supply of oxygen, it dies. Unlike other organs, such as the heart, the brain cannot... ... middle of paper ... .... The Trouble With Transplants | 5 Discoveries That Will Change The Future of Organ Transplants.
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