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*  Blood donation
... for the donation of blood or other human tissues. Regular donors are often given some sort of non-monetary recognition. Time ... 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 ...
*  Brain death
You can still be a tissue donor. Episode 9 of Wake Up 2, aired 21-10-2017 "腦死判定準則-全國法規資料庫入口網站". law.moj.gov.tw (in Chinese). ... When mechanical ventilation is used to support the body of a brain dead organ donor pending a transplant into an organ ... Organización Nacional de Transplantes - Consentimiento familiar y donación "National Donate Life America Donor Designation ... drivers are asked upon application if they wish to be registered as an organ donor. In the United States, if the patient is
*  Online Donor Registry (Ontario)
"Online Organ and Tissue Donor Registration". Service Ontario. Retrieved 18 July 2011. Be a Donor Donate Life America. "Local ... Donor Status: Yes, you are a registered organ and tissue donor. If one is not able to register online, you can either go to a ... "Online Organ and Tissue Donor Registration: Notice". Service Ontario. Retrieved 18 July 2011. Service Ontario. "Other ways to ... "You can now register online to be an organ and tissue donor". Retrieved 28 August 2016. Service Ontario. " ...
*  Heath High School shooting
President Bill Clinton cited this "courageous decision" in his Proclamation 7083 on National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness ... "Proclamation 7083 on National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week". . National Research Council. "Deadly Lessons: ...
*  Free flap breast reconstruction
... secondary scarring at the flap-tissue donor site, (iv) possible medical complications at the flap-tissue donor-site, and (v) ... The secondary donor-sites for harvesting adipocyte and skin tissues to create a free flap are the regions of: (i) the gluteus ... There exists a possibility that the contour of the tissue donor-site could cause a deformity high upon the buttocks area; and ... In surgical praxis, the abdomen is the primary donor-site for harvesting the tissues to create the free flap, because that ...
*  Immortalised cell line
The alternative, performing an analysis on primary cells from multiple tissue donors, does not have this advantage. ... 3T3 cells - a mouse fibroblast cell line derived from a spontaneous mutation in cultured mouse embryo tissue A549 cells - ... While immortalized cell lines often originate from a well-known tissue type, they have undergone significant mutations to ... For example, supposed thyroid lines were actually melanoma cells, supposed prostate tissue was actually bladder cancer, and ...
*  Organ transplantation
UNOS does not handle donor cornea tissue; corneal donor tissue is usually handled by various eye banks.) Individual regional ... deceased-donor and living-donor) Stomach (deceased-donor only) Testis (deceased-donor and living-donor) Hand (deceased-donor ... deceased-donor, living-donor and xenograft [porcine/bovine]) Bone (deceased-donor and living-donor) Organ donors may be living ... deceased-donor and domino transplant) Kidney (deceased-donor and living-donor) Liver (deceased-donor and living-donor) Pancreas ...
*  Corneal transplantation
Folds in the donor tissue may reduce the quality of vision, requiring repair. Rejection of the donor tissue may require ... During surgery the patient's corneal endothelium is removed and replaced with donor tissue. With DSEK, the donor includes a ... To improve visual acuity by replacing the opaque or distorted host tissue by clear healthy donor tissue. The most common ... The donor tissue is then sewn in place with sutures. Antibiotic eyedrops are placed, the eye is patched, and the patient is ...
*  Keratoconus
Furthermore, it is possible to transplant freeze-dried donor tissue. The freeze-drying process ensures this tissue is dead, so ... so the donor tissue is not required to be blood type matched. Eye banks check the donor corneas for any disease or cellular ... The corneal transplant surgeon trephines a lenticule of corneal tissue and then grafts the donor cornea to the existing eye ... Complications of corneal transplants are mostly related to vascularization of the corneal tissue and rejection of the donor ...
*  Margarita Zavala
Zavala became a pledged organ and tissue donor upon death in 2009 to help promote organ donation in Mexico. She launched an ...
*  Jordan Culbreath
Treatment for aplastic anemia, an often-fatal disease, requires donor tissue; this was complicated by Culbreath's ethnicity, ...
*  MDA-MB-468
Although the tissue donor was heterozygous for the G6PD alleles, the cell line consistently showed only the G6PD A phenotype. ... These cells were extracted from pleural effusion of mammary gland and breast tissue, and have proven useful for the study of ...
*  Neuroregeneration
... the donor, and implanted in the recipient. Xenografts involve taking donor tissue from another species. Allografts and ... When appropriate, a nearby donor may be used to supply innervation to lesioned nerves. Trauma to the donor can be minimized by ... Phillips, J.B., et al., Neural Tissue Engineering: A self-organizing collagen guidance conduit. Tissue Engineering, 2005. 11(9/ ... The nerve repair must be covered by healthy tissue, which can be as simple as closing the skin or it can require moving skin or ...
*  Rhinoplasty
After the cutting from the tissue donor-site, the bilobed flap is elevated to a plane between the subcutaneous fat and the ... at the donor site. Moreover, if the donor site cannot be closed with sutures, or if the skin blanches (whitens) when sutured, ... using intranasal tissues to correct defects of the mucosa; cartilage battens to brace against tissue contraction and depression ... either by abnormal bony tissue or by abnormal soft tissue, emergency remedial action is required to ensure that the child can ...
*  Suction blister
Other uses of suction blisters are to provide transplantation donor tissue for vitiigo research. Suction blisters are often ... Subsequently, the donor-site is treated with antiseptic drugs and covered with bandages. The acceptor-site is treated with non- ... When a wound is not healing properly, an autologous skin graft is the best option, to prevent rejection of the tissue. Since ... used in tissue serum research in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic research fields. Many research citations are published ...
*  Alloantigen recognition
Donor tissue dendritic cells migrate to lymph nodes, stimulating a measurable percentage of recipient T cells. The host T cells ... In this case, alloreactive T cells are stimulated by donor APCs which express both the allogeneic MHC and costimulatory ... the involved dendritic cells are donor derived. In indirect alloantigen recognition, the dendritic cells (APCs) involved are ...
*  Steve Oelrich
The yearly event is named after Oelrich's son, Nick, an organ and tissue donor, who saved or enhanced the lives of one hundred ... foundation is to promote organ and tissue donation. ...
*  Allotransplantation
In the US, donor tissue must be harvested and processed adhering to the Current Good Tissue Practices rule. In most cases it is ... The second, called the "Donor Eligibility" rule, proscribes criteria for donor eligibility. The third, the "Current Good Tissue ... has regulated human tissue intended for transplants since 1993. In order to ensure the quality of donor tissue and reduce ... Informed consent is required before tissue is harvested from a donor, alive or dead. Proper screening for pathology and risk ...
*  Keratoprosthesis
While conventional cornea transplant uses donor tissue for transplant, an artificial cornea is used in the Keratoprosthesis ... Traditionally, keratoprosthesis is recommended after a person has had a failure of one or more donor corneal transplants. More ... Patients with failed corneal transplant using donor cornea and have little or no vision left. Patients with non-autoimmune ... Keratoprotheses are made of clear plastic with excellent tissue tolerance and optical properties. They vary in design, size and ...
*  Eye bank
When an organ/tissue donor dies, consent for donation is obtained either from a donor registry or from the donor's next of kin ... The eye tissue is then transported to the eye bank for processing. A sample of the donor's blood is also collected to test for ... Tissue Banks International Minnesota Lions Eye Bank New England Eye and Tissue Transplant Bank - Tissue Banks International New ... "Recovery" refers to the retrieval of organs or tissues from a deceased organ donor. Recovery is currently the preferred term, ...
*  Scalp
A knife with multiple blades is used to remove tissue from donor areas. The removed tissue is then fragmented into smaller ... C: Connective tissue. A dense subcutaneous layer of fat and fibrous tissue that lies beneath the skin, containing the nerves ... The loose areolar tissue in this layer is made up of random collagen I bundles, collagen III. It will also be rich in ... Because the walls of the blood vessels are firmly attached to the fibrous tissue of the superficial fascial layer, cut ends of ...
*  Keratoglobus
A host pocket is formed at the limbal margin and the donor tissue is "tucked" into the host pocket. It is a much rarer ... whereby a 12 mm corneo-scleral donor graft is taken and trimmed at its outer edges. ...
*  Sridhar Tayur
... and the families of organ and tissue donors." Tayur and OrganJet have also been profiled in Ars Technica, Forbes, and Vice News ... He is a member of the Leadership Donor Group at the Brattle Film Foundation, and a member of the advisory board of TrueSpark, a ... Tayur and his wife have also been long-time donors to Children International, Childreach International, CARE, Smile Train, and ... Ata, Barış; Skaro, Anton; Tayur, Sridhar (2017). "OrganJet: Overcoming Geographical Disparities in Access to Deceased Donor ...
*  Chin augmentation
Commercially known as AlloDerm and known to physicians as acellular human cadaveric dermis, AlloDerm comes from tissue donors ... But because the material is porous, the force that really holds the implant in place is soft tissue and bone growing through ... They are abundant, FDA cleared and can be used "off-the-shelf", without a donor site injury to the recipient. Acellular Dermal ... FriedmanCD: Soft-tissue augmentation and replacement in the head and neck. General considerations, Ontolaryngol Clin North Am ...
*  Hepatitis
... or tissue donors Incarcerated On hemodialysis Screening consists of a blood test that detects hepatitis B surface antigen ( ... Ultrasound, CT, and MRI can all identify steatosis (fatty changes) of the liver tissue and nodularity of the liver surface ... Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver tissue. Some people have no symptoms whereas others develop yellow discoloration of the ... Neonatal hepatitis can be idiopathic, and in such cases, biopsy often shows large multinucleated cells in the liver tissue. ...
*  The Independent (2000 film)
Schoolbus Full of Donor Hearts The Bodacious Oasis Buddy Cops VII: Flatfoot and Higheel Boy Eats Girl (a real film of this ... Metaphors are Like Dreames Used Tissue of Lies Wind and Rain and Wet T-shirts Dirt Claude Ten On a Couch Buddy Cops III: ...
*  National Marrow Donor Program
The program also receives income from donations, from monetary donations from tissue donors for tissue typing (about $50 as of ... Bone marrow and PBSCs come from living adult donors. Bone marrow is extracted from the donor's pelvic bones while the donor is ... If the NMDP finds a match with an adult donor, they notify the donor. After educating the potential donor about the donation ... Physicians look for donor material on behalf of a patient by submitting the patient's HLA tissue type to the NMDP, which then ...