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(surgery) tissue or organ transplanted from a donor to a recipient

the act of removing something from one location and introducing it in another location

lift and reset in another soil or situation

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be transplantable

place the organ of a donor into the body of a recipient

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transfer from one place or period to another

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Transplant centers must ensure that a prospective living donor receives a medical and psychosocial evaluation prior to donation, document in the transplant candidate's and living donor's records the living donor's suitability for donation, and document that the living donor was given informed consent.
At the University of Pittsburgh liver transplant program, the five-year survival rate of transplant recipients with antigen-positive hepatitis B is 45 percent, compared to 63 percent in recipients who are immune to the virus.
Though new inventions and prevention programs may help, transplant educator Larry Swasey believes that spending money to encourage more people to donate their organs is an even better idea.
In 2004, David underwent a kidney transplant at California Pacific Medical Center as he had end-stage renal disease caused by polycystic kidney disease.
The median wait time for a transplant is about three months.
For several months, the Baylor All Saints transplant team has trained with the transplant team at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, one of the nation's top 10 transplant centers.
The report, which was prepared under the direction of Mark Yessian, PhD, Regional Inspector General in Boston, stressed that it draws no conclusions about the value of local access to transplant centers.
Medicare terminates its responsibility to ESRD program enrollees 36 months following their receipt of a transplant.
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The rule requires the transplant center to be compliant with 95% of the standards developed by the OPTN," Vaughan said.
Electrical impulses recorded in the visual area of the brain also indicated that the transplants had restored some vision.
Today, the Cedars-Sinai Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at the Oschin Institute will hold a gathering of hundreds of bone-marrow transplant survivors with friends, family and the medical and nursing staff who cared for them.
Have the moral issues been resolved; is there anything unethical about the "domino transplant surgery?
A state prisoner brought a civil rights action under [section] 1983 alleging that prison officials violated his Eighth and Fourteenth Amendment rights by failing to place his name on a liver transplant list and provide other care for his life-threatening liver condition.
1902 Alexis Carrel demonstrates method of joining blood vessels to make organ transplant feasible.