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*  Haslams Creek
... and then cuttings of six species from nearby donor sites were transplanted along a gradient. During the subsequent 2-year ... was a pilot site for part of a large-scale remediation strategy for the Sydney Olympics 2000 site. The New South Wales Olympic ... "Australia: Salt Marsh Restoration at the Olympics 2000 Site (Homebush Bay)". Global Restoration Network. Society for Ecological ... Modifications were made to the site's hydrology and sedimentation dynamics, ...
*  Prudhoe Bay oil spill
... frozen tundra that were taken from a donor site and transplanted to the spill site Government environmental officials said it ... It is home to thousands of migratory birds, caribou, and other creatures. It is owned by the State of Alaska, and is the ... Clean-up work was completed on May 2, 2006 and the site was backfilled and covered with a 4 to 6 inch layer of chunks of live, ... containing pig launch and recovery sites. The Alaska oil spill had a major impact on BP as it was a loss to its image as well ...
*  Subepithelial connective tissue graft
Because the connective tissue for the graft is transplanted without the superficial epithelium from the donor site, it is ... At the donor site, Edel described three methods for choosing and preparing the donor site to obtain connective tissue for the ... the donor site Secure the SECT at the recipient site Suture the incised gingival tissue at both the donor and recipient sites ... The donor site might be sutured closed either before or after securing the donor tissue to the recipient site Edel, Alan (1974 ...
*  Multiple follicular unit grafts
... biopsy instrument to harvest large round 4 mm grafts from the donor area which were to be transplanted into punch graft sites ... Hair Transplant Forum Int 15:203 Limmer BL (2005) Transplanted grafts should consist only of naturally occurring follicular ... Today's prevailing technique is a follicular unit transplant (FUT). Follicular unit transplants require the separation of ... Under a microscope the hair in the donor area can be seen growing in patterns of 1, 2, 3 and 4 hairs. Most common are the 1, 2 ...
*  Online Donor Registry (Ontario)
BC Transplant. "Organ Donor Registry: How to Register". BC Transplant. Retrieved 18 July 2011. Cite error: Invalid tag; name " ... The Ontario Online Donor Registry is a website where Ontario residents, age 16 and older, can register their consent to be an ... heart and lung transplants. Heart with lung transplants remained stable. These trends are indicated in the Organ transplant by ... "2008 Table 1A: Transplants, by Organ and Donor Type, Province of Treatment, Canada (Number)". Canadian Institute for Heath and ...
*  John P. Cole
He has developed various tools, designed for use with his CIT hair transplant method, which are used to harvest the donor ... an automated disposable tool which allows the physician to accurately maintain the incision count during recipient site ... John Peter Cole is a hair transplant surgeon in Atlanta, Georgia. He is recognized[by whom?] as a pioneer in the industry, ... Assist to Hairline Design (AHD): a tool used to assist in the design of the hair line during hair transplant procedures. Graft ...
*  Sigrid Fry-Revere
For more information see the ALODN website. In its first year, the ALODN helped more than 50 living organ donors make more than ... Since 2008 Fry-Revere has served as the medical ethicist on the Washington Regional Transplant Community Organ and Tissue ... is still far from helping living donors enough to either be fair to living organ donors or ease the organ shortage. She argues ... and the American Living Organ Donor Fund to start helping living organ donors save lives now, while the efforts of CES and SOTN ...
*  United Network for Organ Sharing
Transplant Living, for post-transplant recipients and living donors. Transplant Pro, for professionals in the transplantation ... Retrieved May 1, 2013, from http://optn.transplant.hrsa.gov/members/search.asp Official sites: Main UNOS site. Main OPTN site, ... matching donors to recipients. Maintaining the database that contains all organ transplant data for every transplant event that ... National Donor Memorial United for UNOS, which serves to facilitate UNOS community outreach. Scientific Registry of Transplant ...
*  National Marrow Donor Program
... official public site of the National Marrow Donor Program and Be The Match BeTheMatchClinical.org, official site of the ... the NMDP is affiliated with many transplant centers (where patients can receive transplants using cells from NMDP donors) ... 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 ...
*  Expanded Criteria Donor
American Journal of Transplantation 2009; 9: 1558-1573 Living Donor 101: Website and organization devoted to providing ... information and support for living donors. UNOS: United Network of Organ Sharing. Organ Procurement and Transplant Network: ... Expanded Criteria Donor (ECD) is normally associated with deceased or living kidney donors. They are also referred to as donors ... Reese R, Caplan A, Kesselheim A, Bloom R. Creating a medical, ethical, and legal framework for complex living kidney donors. ...
*  Ottawa General Hospital
1988 - The first bone marrow transplant in Canada between unrelated donors was performed. 1989 - The University of Ottawa Eye ... As the "hub" of this Regional Cancer Program, The Ottawa Hospital operates a Cancer Centre with two sites - one at the General ... The Ottawa General Hospital first opened its doors in 1845 at the current site of the Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital, in the Byward ... 1980 - The General Hospital moved to its current site at 501 Smyth Rd. 1986 - Noëlla Leclair received Canada's first Jarvik-7 ...
*  Allotransplantation
Xenograft, a transplant from another species Isograft, a transplant from a genetically identical donor, such as an identical ... Autograft, tissue transplanted from one site to another on the same patient. An autograft reduces the risk of rejection but ... The transplant is called an allograft, allogeneic transplant, or homograft. Most human tissue and organ transplants are ... Liver transplants Kidney transplants Pancreas transplantation Islet cell transplantation Bone marrow transplants Bone allograft ...
*  Persecution of Falun Gong
... material from Chinese transplant center web sites advertising the immediate availability of organs from living donors, as well ... Among the top 20 terms most likely to be deleted on Chinese social media websites, three are variations on the word "Falun Gong ... In July 2006, the Kilgour-Matas report found that "the source of 41,500 transplants for the six year period 2000 to 2005 is ... A 2012 study examining rates of censorship on Chinese social media websites found Falun Gong-related terms were among the most ...
*  Organ transplantation
... or organs may be transported from a donor site to another location. Organs and/or tissues that are transplanted within the same ... deceased-donor and domino transplant) Kidney (deceased-donor and living-donor) Liver (deceased-donor and living-donor) Pancreas ... 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 ...
*  Murder for body parts
... material from Chinese transplant center web sites advertising the immediate availability of organs from living donors, and ... 66,000 kidney transplants, 21,000 liver transplants, and 6000 heart transplants were performed globally in 2005, while another ... because of a worldwide demand of organs for transplant and organ donors. At times, criminal organizations have engaged in ... of all transplants occur illegally, with the Internet acting as a facilitator. Transplant tourism raises concerns because it ...
*  Earl Owen
World's first hand transplant, BBC News, 25 September 1998. Retrieved 26 May 2017. Amputee gets donor's arm, hand in ... Books: Under the Microscope by Earl Owen (blurb), Penguin books website. Accessed 27 May 2017. ... hand transplant, double-hand transplant and face transplant. Born in 1934, Owen's childhood was overshadowed by medical ... Surgeons sever transplant hand, BBC News, 3 February 2001. Retrieved 26 May 2017. Doctors cut off transplant hand, CNN, 3 ...
*  Surgical Outcomes Analysis and Research
Surgery Official SOAR site Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School BIDMC Transplant Institute BIDMC ... "Critical factors associated with missing follow-up data for living kidney donors in the United States." Am J Transplant. In ... Transplant Surgery Aaron Fleishman - Transplant Surgery Alexa Hiley - Transplant Surgery Maeve Moore - Transplant Surgery ... 2012). "Reimbursement for Living Kidney Donor Follow-Up Care: How Often Does Donor Insurance Pay?". Transplantation. 94 (10): ...
*  Organ donation in Jewish law
... dying and organ transplants" a Jewish law perspective". Journal of Law and Health. Website of the Halachic Organ Donor Society ... brainstem Website of the Israel National Transplant Center: www.itc.gov.il, checked August 2014 "Haredim issue anti-organ-donor ... Therefore, heart transplants raise a controversial question of when does one determine the patient donor dead to be able to ... For successful heart and liver transplants the donor's heart must still be beating. There is the important issue of determining ...
*  Organ care system
... a medical device designed by Transmedics to allow donor organs to be maintained for longer periods of time prior to transplant ... Transmedics homepage. ...
*  Oral mucosa tissue engineering
Other than tissue shortage, donor site morbidity is a common problem that may occur when using autologous grafts. When tissue ... The transplanted skin graft often continues to grow hair in the oral cavity. To better understand the challenges for building ... Problems, such as tissue shortage and donor site morbidity, do not occur when using full-thickness engineered oral mucosa. The ... The transplanted keratinocytes and fibroblasts should adapt to their new environment and adopt their function. There is a risk ...
*  Gift of Life Marrow Registry
Official website Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide World Marrow Donor Association World Marrow Donor Day. ... If a donor declines to donate via one method, the transplant center may or may not be able to accept the other, based on the ... Typically, the donor enters a medical center's outpatient facility in the morning and goes home in the afternoon. Today, bone ... He was told that a transplant could save his life, but he would die because he couldn't find a matching donor. Since tissue ...
*  List of Puerto Rican scientists and inventors
... for the purpose of replacing the recipient's damaged or failing organ with a working one from the donor site. Organ donors can ... Organ transplantation An organ transplant is the moving of a whole or partial organ from one body to another (or from a donor ... Rampolla-Selles re-opened the Lung Transplant Services and performed the first lung transplant in the state after the program ... Santiago Delpin is the founder of the Latin American Transplant Register, The Pan-American Society of Dialysis and Transplants ...
*  Management of hair loss
Hair transplantation is a surgical technique that moves individual hair follicles from a part of the body called the donor site ... The strip, two to three millimeters thick, is isolated and transplanted to the bald scalp. After surgery, a bandage is worn for ... The site of the strip removal is stitched closed. Once divided into follicular unit grafts, each unit is individually inserted ... into small recipient sites made by an incision in the bald scalp. In the newer technique, roots are extracted from the donor ...
*  Arthur Lee (musician)
... including chemotherapy and an experimental stem cell transplant using stem cells from an umbilical cord blood donor. His ... His mother was able to resume her teaching career, enabling the family to buy a new home in the West Adams area of South ... Attending the same schools as Lee, the neighbourhood was also home to Johnny Echols, who would later be the lead guitarist for ... Since Lee's death, a number of Arthur Lee websites have appeared. Moreover, Lee was memorialized by both fans and friends. The ...
*  Hair transplantation
... donor site', to a bald or balding part of the body known as the 'recipient site'. The technique is primarily used to treat male ... As transplanted hair will only grow in its new site for as long as it would have in its original one, these parameters continue ... This hair transplant procedure is called follicular unit transplantation (FUT). Donor hair can be harvested in two different ... A single-, double-, or triple-bladed scalpel is used to remove strips of hair-bearing tissue from the donor site. Each incision ...
*  Bob Casey Sr.
... supported legislation that encouraged organ transplants by guaranteeing access to the families of potential organ donors by ... According to PA's CHIP website, "Pennsylvania's CHIP program would later be used as the model for the federal government's ... Despite the transplants, Casey continued to suffer long-term effects of his disease, to which he finally succumbed on May 30, ... The announcement of Casey's disease was made just days before he underwent the transplant, and as a result many accused him of ...