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TitlePediatric Brain Death and Organ/Tissue Retrieval [electronic resource] : Medical, Ethical, and Legal Aspects / edited by Howard H. Kaufman
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1989
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-5532-8
Descript 384p. online resource

CONTENT

Background: Including Historical, Ethical, Legal, and Practical Considerations -- 1 ยท Death-Defining Acts: Historical and Cultural Observations on the End of Life -- 2 ยท A Jewish Approach to Ethical Issues in Brain Death and Organ Transplantation -- 3 ยท Catholic Considerations of Brain Death and Organ Retrieval -- 4 ยท Protestant Perspectives on Organ Donation -- 5 ยท The Legal Status of Brain-Based Determinations of Death -- 6 ยท Brain Death: Historical Perspectives and Current Concerns -- Criteria for the Declaration of Brain Death in Children -- 7 ยท Brain Death in Children: Guidelines and Experience at the Massachusetts General Hospital -- 8 ยท Brain Death in Children: the Philadelphia Experience -- 9 ยท Pediatric Brain Death and Organ Transplantation -- 10 ยท Pediatric Brain Death and Organ Transplantation: The Los Angeles Experience -- 11 ยท Clinical Criteria for Pediatric Brain Death: The Washington Experience -- 12 ยท Brain Death in Infants and Children: The Atlanta Experience -- 13 ยท Brain Death in Children: The Loma Linda Experience -- 14 ยท Brain Death in Children: Task Force Guidelines -- 15 ยท Validity of Radionuclide Cerebral Angiography for Diagnosing Brain Death in Infants -- 16 ยท Detection of Blood Flow to the Brain by Radionuclide Cerebral Imaging -- 17 ยท The Eeg in the Determination of Brain Death in Pediatric Patients: The NIH Study -- 18 ยท Role of EEG in Brain Death Determination in Children: The Bronx Experience -- Issues in Brain Death Related to Organ Donation -- 19 ยท Estimation of Organ and Tissue Donor Pool from Multiple Cause of Death Statistics -- 20 ยท Use of Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors: Crossing a Threshold -- 21 ยท Relaxing the Death Standard for Organ Donation in Pediatric Situations -- 22 ยท The Definition of Death: Unresolved Controversies -- Needs and Possibilities in Transplantation -- 23 ยท Developments in Immunosuppression: The Secret to the Success of Organ Transplantation -- 24 ยท Pediatric Transplantation: Needs and Potential Donors -- 25 ยท Developments in Tissue Transplantation -- Other Topics in Organ Retrieval and Donation -- 26 ยท Organ and Tissue Retrieval and Donation: The Ethical Imperative -- 27 ยท Attitudes toward Clinical and Social Issues in Organ Procurement -- 28 ยท Effect of Organ Donation on Families of Brain-Dead Patients -- 29 ยท Legal Aspects of Organ Transfer -- 30 ยท Anatomical Gifts Effective at Death -- 31 ยท Fragile Trust: The Success and Failure of Required Request Laws and the Procurement of Organs and Tissues from Children and Adults -- 32 ยท Reconsidering the Ban on Financial Incentives -- Funding of Transplantation -- 33 ยท Funding of Transplantation: The Health Care Financing Administration -- 34 ยท Medical Technology Evaluation and Coverage -- 35 ยท The Private Insurer Response to Advanced Health Care Technology: The Case of Organ Transplants -- 36 ยท Federal Efforts to Improve the Organ Procurement System


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