Physicians Role in Supporting Organ Donation

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Approaching families for organ donation: physicians are willing. Tex Med 1992 Sep;88(9):58-61.

Australia and New Zealand Intensive Care Society Statement and Guidelines on Brain Death and Model Policy on Organ Donation. Anaesth Intensive Care 1995 Feb;23(1):104-8.

C-section for organ donation. Hastings Cent Rep 1990 Mar-Apr;20(2):22; discussion 22-4.

Decisions about organ donation should rest with potential donors, not next of kin [editorial] CMAJ 1997 Jul 15;157(2):160-1.

Doing harm: living organ donors, clinical research and The Tenth Man. J Med Ethics 1995 Apr;21(2):91-6.

Donating a kidney to a family member. How primary care physicians can help prepare potential donors. Postgrad Med 1991 Feb 15;89(3):73-8.

Emergency medicine's role in organ and tissue donation. American College of Emergency Physicians. Ann Emerg Med 1996 Sep;28(3):384.

Ethical aspects of blood transfusion . J Fla Med Assoc 1993 Jan;80(1):29-32.

Hospital donation of eye tissues: the physician's vital role. Md Med J 1990 Jun;39(6):597-8.

Obligations of the health care community in organ procurement . Transplant Proc 1990 Jun;22(3):1012-3.

Obligations of the health care community in organ procurement. Transplant Proc 1990 Jun;22(3):1010-1.

Older community-dwelling adults' attitudes toward and practices of health promotion and advance planning activities. J Am Geriatr Soc 1995 Jun;43(6):645-9.

Organ and tissue donation from the emergency department. J Emerg Med 1991 Nov-Dec;9(6):405-10.

Organ donation: a university hospital experience. South Med J 1990 Aug;83(8):884-8.

Organ donation: breaking down barriers. N J Med 1993 Apr;90(4):327-9.

Organ transplantation: a difficult road to travel [editorial] Pediatr Ann 1991 Dec;20(12):655-6.

Organ transplantation: two baseball greats challenge us to give the gift of life [editorial] [see comments] Postgrad Med 1996 Mar;99(3):15-6, 21-4, 34.

Pediatric organ donation: the paradox of organ shortage despite the remarkable willingness of families to donate. Pediatrics 1992 Mar;89(3):411-5.

Physician initiative crucial to recruiting organ-tissue donors [editorial] J Am Osteopath Assoc 1990 Jul;90(7):586.

Students' attitudes toward informed consent and the physician-patient relationship in regard to human tissue research. Acad Med 1992 Sep;67(9):612-3.

The distribution of renal transplants--are physicians just? Transplant Proc 1990 Jun;22(3):964-5.

The effect of physician education on the rates of donation request and tissue donation [see comments] Transplantation 1995 Mar 27;59(6):880-4.

The physician's role as asker in obtaining organ donations. Transplant Proc 1990 Feb;22(1):267-72.

The role of the medical examiner/coroner in organ and tissue procurement for transplantation. Am J Forensic Med Pathol 1994 Sep;15(3):192-202.

The role of the physician in the organ donation process. Hawaii Med J 1997 Apr;56(4):96.

The surgical pathologist's role in liver transplantation. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1991 Mar;115(3):273-82.

To be or not to be an organ donor? That is the question. N C Med J 1995 Apr;56(4):170-1.


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