*Kidney Paired Donation

"Outcomes of shipped live donor kidney transplants compared with traditional living donor kidney transplants". Transplant ... through the National Kidney Registry Outcomes of shipped live donor kidney transplants compared with traditional living donor ... Deceased donor kidneys typically last 5 - 15 years and living donor kidneys typically last 10 - 30 years. When KPD first ... Donor-Recipient Pairing Characteristics that Impact Long-Term Success In Living Donor Kidney Transplantation in the Era of ...

*Blood donation

... and many other places defer donors who lived in the United Kingdom for risk of vCJD, donors in the United Kingdom are only ... First-time donors, teenagers, and women are at a higher risk of a reaction. One study showed that 2% of donors had an adverse ... Donors are paid between $25 and $50 per donation. A few countries rely on paid donors to maintain an adequate supply. In some ... An event where donors come to donate allogeneic blood is sometimes called a 'blood drive' or a 'blood donor session'. These can ...

*Liver transplantation

The large majority of liver transplants use the entire liver from a non-living donor for the transplant, particularly for adult ... Living donor liver transplantation for pediatric recipients involves removal of approximately 20% of the liver (Couinaud ... liver allografts from non-living donors relative to the number of potential recipients spurred the development of living donor ... in which one liver is used for transplants for two recipients, and living donor liver transplantation, in which a portion of a ...

*Organ donation in Australia

... living donors and deceased donors. In Australia the most common living donations not including blood donations are kidneys and ... One deceased donor is able to save up to ten lives by donating the following: Organs; Kidneys, pancreas, liver, lungs, heart ... The tissues and organs that are able to be donated by a living donor are: Bone Marrow Kidney Part of the liver Lung (this ... Australian donor rates are on the rise. Between 2009 and 2013, donor numbers increased by 29%. In 2009 there were 11.4 donors ...

*Organ trade

Living donor procedures include kidney, liver, cornea, and lung transplants. Most organ trade involves kidney or liver ... screened live kidney donors live longer than individuals with two kidneys Using legalized organ markets, both the donor and ... A kidney received from a living donor usually lasts years longer than a kidney received from a dead donor On the black market, ... The compensation paid to the donor varies, but an average kidney donor is paid $1200. Some donors are also offered employment ...

*Mark Siegler

Recipient deaths during donor surgery: A new ethical problem in living donor liver transplantation. Liver Transplantation 2006 ... Ethics of liver transplantation with living donors. N Engl J Med 1989; 321:620-622. Lantos JD, Siegler M, Cuttler L. Ethical ... Cronin D, Millis M, Siegler, M. Transplantation of liver grafts from living donors into adults: Too Much, Too Soon. NEJM 2001; ... Should we use living donor grats for patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC)? Ethical Considerations. Liver ...

*Kidney transplantation

... or living-donor transplantation depending on the source of the donor organ. Living-donor renal transplants are further ... In fact, living non-related donors are now almost as common as living (genetically)-related donors. In most cases the barely ... In the 1950s, the first successful living donor transplants were between identical twins. In the 1960s-1970s, live donors were ... the utilisation of living donors in the United States is on the rise. In 2006, 47% of donated kidneys were from living donors. ...

*United Network for Organ Sharing

Transplant Living, for post-transplant recipients and living donors. Transplant Pro, for professionals in the transplantation ... National Donor Memorial United for UNOS, which serves to facilitate UNOS community outreach. Scientific Registry of Transplant ... Public organization members: Organizations that serve to support transplant donors, recipients, and their families, such as ... donors, recipients; or other individuals who are or were involved in the field of or regulation of organ donation and ...

*Organ procurement

... a living donor can be the source of the organ. For example, living donors can donate one kidney or part of their liver to a ... Since then, most donors have been brain-dead. If consent is obtained from the potential donor or the potential donor's ... If the organ donor is human, most countries require that the donor be legally dead for consideration of organ transplantation ( ... In 2009, when Jobs received his liver transplant, the average wait time for liver transplantation in the United States for a ...

*Kidney trade in Iran

In Saudi Arabia, transplants are performed using medicinal cadavers rather than living donors. The practice is sponsored and ... The organizations match donors to recipients, arranging for tests to ensure compatibility. In order to prevent corruption or ... Ghods A (2006). "Iranian Model of Paid and Regulated Living-Unrelated Kidney Donation". Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 1: 1136-45. doi: ... Ghods AJ, Savaj S (November 2006). "Iranian model of paid and regulated living-unrelated kidney donation". Clin J Am Soc ...

*Transplant rejection

... which display the donor's self peptides. (In the living donor, such presentation of self antigens helped maintain self ... The recipient's helper T cells coordinate specific immunity directed at the donor's self peptides or at the donor's Major ... Fan, X; Ang, A; Pollock-Barziv, SM; Dipchand, AI; Ruiz, P; Wilson, G; Platt, JL; West, LJ (Nov 2004). "Donor-specific B-cell ... Dendritic cells (DCs), which are the primary antigen-presenting cells (APCs), of the donor tissue migrate to the recipient's ...

*Intestine transplantation

Furthermore, terminal ileum recovery from living donors is possible., and a laparoscopic technique is being developed to ... When a liver is being transplanted in conjunction with the intestine, the recipient must first have their own liver removed. ... These are performed in the absence of liver failure. In the event of severe liver dysfunction due to PN, enzyme deficiencies, ... When determining potential donor-recipient matches, important characteristics include donor size, age, tissue quality, and ABO ...

*List of countries with universal health care

"Live Donor Liver Transplantation: Current Status". Current Gastroenterology Reports. 10: 36-42. doi:10.1007/s11894-008-0007-x. ... being the first in the world to carry out an adult to adult live donor liver transplant in 1993. India's healthcare system is ... It has contributed to the development of liver transplantation, ... and people living with disabilities, regardless of insurance ... is compulsory for the entire population living in the country. To that end, the Ministry of Health will approve, by supreme ...

*Dorry Segev

However, it does have the potential to significantly shorten a patient's wait time on the kidney and liver deceased donor wait ... These findings show that moving forward with a live donor kidney transplant could be the best option for highly sensitized ... Kidney Paired Donation is a form of live donation where patients with incompatible donors swap kidneys to receive a compatible ... Kidney Paired Donation and optimizing the use of live donor organs. JAMA. 2005 Apr 20; 293 (15) 1883-90. Cited by 295 articles ...

*Subash Gupta

This was a deceased donor liver transplant. Along with Dr. S Nundy he started living donor liver transplantation as the ... Dr.Subhash Gupta and his team has successfully conducted 300 Living Donor Liver Transplant in 2013 at Centre for Liver and ... He has published extensively on different aspects of living donor liver transplantation such as liver transplantation without ... Gupta, S; Singhal, A; Goyal, N; Vij, V; Wadhawan, M (Apr 2011). "Portal biliopathy treated with living-donor liver transplant: ...

*Jean Emond

Interpretation of Liver Chemistries in Adult Donors After Living Donor Liver Transplantation. Russo MW, Lapointe-Rudow D, ... Emond participated in the first living-donor liver transplantation in children in North America. In 1997, Emond established the ... Split liver transplantation in the United States: Outcomes of a national survey. Renz JF, Emond JC, Yersiz H, Ascher NL, ... One-year morbidity after donor right hepatectomy. Rudow DL, Brown RS Jr, Emond JC, Marratta D, Bellemare S, Kinkhabwala M. ...

*Expanded Criteria Donor

... (ECD) is normally associated with deceased or living kidney donors. They are also referred to as donors ... Living Donor 101: Website and organization devoted to providing information and support for living donors. UNOS: United Network ... Reese R, Caplan A, Kesselheim A, Bloom R. Creating a medical, ethical, and legal framework for complex living kidney donors. ... Recipient Outcomes for Expanded Criteria Living Kidney Donors: The Disconnect Between Current Evidence and Practice. American ...

*Francis L. Delmonico

Improving institutional fairness to live kidney donors: donor needs must be addressed by safeguarding donation risks and ... and on the liver lung, liver, intestine and pancreas donor in Vancouver, Canada in September 2005, with participation of over ... Living donor kidney transplantation in a global environment. Kidney Int. 2007 7:608-14. Dew MA, Jacobs CL, Jowsey SG, Hanto R, ... As Chairman of TTS's Ethics Committee, he convened an International Forum on the live kidney donor in Amsterdam, Netherlands in ...

*Michigan Medicine

Pediatric Liver Transplant Program: One of the largest programs in the nation; provides children with cadaveric or live donor ... A 3-D printed splint created by a U-M Medical School and College of Engineering team is shown to save the lives of infants born ... The BSRB was named in honor of A. Alfred Taubman, the university's largest individual donor. Within the building is the 300- ... "A. Alfred Taubman become U-M's largest donor; latest gift carries him over $142 million". The Oakland Press. 21 April 2011. ...

*Thomas D. Schiano

"Adult living donor liver transplantation: the hepatologist's perspective. The Mount Sinai Division of Liver Diseases, The Mount ... Areas of research include liver transplantation, living donor liver transplantation, herbal and drug hepatotoxicity, nutrition ... in liver disease and liver transplantation). Schiano is a member of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, ... Schiano TD, Black M. Drug-induced and toxic liver disease. In Friedman LS, Keeffe EB (eds): Handbook of Liver Disease. London, ...

*Wisconsin gubernatorial recall election

Barrett ... spent about $4 million; most of his donors live in Wisconsin." Barrett also benefited from spending by labor unions ... "Election Map 2012: Live Voting Results". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 2013-07-01. "Wisconsin Recall Election Results Map". ... Scott Walker sought help from top GOP donors for allied group". The Washington Post. Retrieved August 24, 2014. "Target of ... The Washington Post reported that the documents released show Walker solicited donors such as Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone ...

*Organ donation

"Donor Leave Laws and Tax Deductions/Credits for Living Donors" (PDF). Donor Leave Laws and Tax Deductions/Credits for Living ... In 2013 there were 3 cases of liver donation by live donors and 58 cases of kidney donation by live donors. New Zealand has low ... Organ donors are usually dead at the time of donation, but may be living. For living donors, organ donation typically involves ... Some organs and tissues can be donated by living donors, such as a kidney or part of the liver, part of the pancreas, part of ...

*Transplantable organs and tissues

Living-donor renal transplants are further characterized as genetically related (living-related) or non-related (living- ... in which the native liver is removed and the donor organ is placed in the same anatomic location as the original liver. Liver ... The healthy pancreas comes from a donor who has just died or it may be a partial pancreas from a living donor. Whole pancreas ... Kidney transplantation is typically classified as deceased-donor (formerly known as cadaveric) or living-donor transplantation ...

*Surgical Outcomes Analysis and Research

2012). "Reimbursement for Living Kidney Donor Follow-Up Care: How Often Does Donor Insurance Pay?". Transplantation. 94 (10): ... "Trajectories of Perceived Benefits in Living Kidney Donors: Association With Donor Characteristics and Recipient Outcomes." ... "Trajectories of perceived benefits in living kidney donors: Association with donor characteristics and recipient outcomes". ... "Critical factors associated with missing follow-up data for living kidney donors in the United States." Am J Transplant. In ...

*University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Fabregas, Luis (2011-07-15). "UPMC will resume live-donor liver and kidney transplants". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Retrieved ... In 2008, the administration and reporting of UPMC's living donor liver transplantation program received national attention when ... Another controversy arose in May, 2011 for UPMC's live-donor kidney transplant program when a kidney infected with hepatitis C ... Because of the botched living donor kidney transplant at UPMC, the federal Organ Procurement Transplant Network (OPTN) put ...

*Sacra conversazione

... with two donor portraits, in this case the artist and his wife. Gerard David, The Virgin and Child with Saints and Donor, c. ... "The action of living or having one's being in a place or among persons", very close to the Latin. As the description of a ... Donor portraits may also be included, generally kneeling, often their patron saint is presenting them to the Virgin, and angels ... As in earlier altarpieces, the choice of saints is largely dictated by the patron saints of the donor and their family, and ...

*Hyperplasia

This is what makes living-donor liver transplants possible. The treatment of hyperplasia would consist upon which; in the case ... Compensatory liver hyperplasia - The liver undergoes cellular division after acute injury, resulting in new cells that restore ... Approximately 75% of the liver can be acutely damaged or resected with seemingly full regeneration through hepatocyte division ...