NEPHROLOGY

Informed Consent for Living Organ Donation

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JENNIFER STEEL (ed.)Living Donor Advocacy2014An Evolving Role Within Transplantation10.1007/978-1-4614-9143-9_18 © Springer Science+Business Media New York 2014 18. Informed Consent for Living Organ Donation Frank Chessa1   (1) Department of Clinical Ethics, Maine Medical Center and Tufts…

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Pressure and Coercion

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11. Paired Kidney Donation Program. ​www.​uofmhealth.​org/​medical-services/​living-and-paired-kidney-donation.​ Accessed March 9 2013.

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Living Donor Experience

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Fig. 17.1 “MC’s Team” for the National Kidney Foundation Kidney Walk My initial goal was to get my sister through peritoneal dialysis. My mission was successful. My primary goal was…

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Living Donor Liver Transplantation

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Phase I Phone interview with transplant coordinator Phase II Evaluation by hepatologist, social worker, medical psychologist, and coordinator Complete medical history and physical examination Laboratory tests Phase III Surgical evaluation…

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Live Donor Pancreas Transplantation

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Fig. 6.1 Magnetic resonance angiogram showing anatomy of the splenic and renal arteries. (Reproduced with permission from Humar A, Khwaja KO, Sutherland DER. Pancreas transplantation. In: Humar A, Matus AJ,…

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Management of Conflict Between the Independent Living Donor Advocate and the Transplant Team

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JENNIFER STEEL (ed.)Living Donor Advocacy2014An Evolving Role Within Transplantation10.1007/978-1-4614-9143-9_15 © Springer Science+Business Media New York 2014 15. Management of Conflict Between the Independent Living Donor Advocate and the Transplant Team Roxanne M. Taylor1   (1) Maine…

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Classification of Living Organ Donors

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Fig. 10.1 Donor A and donor B are both blood type incompatible with their intended recipients. They are blood type compatible with the other’s recipient. In a KPD program, donor…

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Unrelated Donors

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Fig. 11.1 Emotional relatedness: How unrelated are unrelated donors? Increasing Numbers of Unrelated Donors In the US, unrelated kidney donations have markedly increased over the past 20 years, with over…

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Components and Timing of the ILDA Evaluation

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Type of living donor/relationship to intended recipient (related, nonrelated, altruistic) Knowledge/understanding of living donation process Understanding of intended recipient’s medical condition as it relates to need for transplant and treatment…

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