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a person who gives to a charity or cause

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(medicine) someone who gives blood or tissue or an organ to be used in another person (the host)

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Cadaveric donors (or, more specifically, their families) would probably respond strongly to additional compensation in the $5000 range for multiple organs, based on Spanish experience and the U.
Thus human limbal epithelial cells isolated from human cadaveric donor eyes when co-cultured with 3T3 feeder layer with denuded AM maintains the limbal epithelial cell properties.
Between 85 and 90 percent of transplants from cadaveric donors are working 1 year after surgery.
Eight of the parents also endorsed the belief that their child would experience less rejection if they used a living related rather than a cadaveric donor organ, although all acknowledged having been told by the medical team that there was no evidence to support his belief.
However, our recent e-survey of urology program directors indicated that 8/12 residency training centres do involve urology faculty in cadaveric donor procurements in some capacity (personal communication, AE MacNeily, August 2013).
A study has shown that patients and health care workers find it acceptable to include HIV-positive cadaveric donors for transplantation into eligible HIV-positive recipients.
A kidney transplant - whether from her mother or an anonymous cadaveric donor - will not cure the Falconi's cystinosis, but it will give her a chance at a better, more ordinary life.
There are roughly 18,000 patients on the list now, but because of the shortage of cadaveric donor organs, only 5,000 transplants are performed annually Each year, 2,000 wait-listed patients die awaiting transplantation.
In the short run the rule is deontologic rather than utilitarian, for it prevents the killing of one person for organs that would save the three or more lives that can be saved by a single cadaveric donor.
There are several theoretical considerations before HIV-infected cadaveric donor kidneys are used in this way.
But even those who were fortunate enough to receive a donated kidney - whether from an anonymous cadaveric donor or a live donor, usually a relative - the prognosis was not good.
Under a preliminary ruling by the Los Angeles County Superior Court, UCLA will be able to set up a revamped cadaveric donor program with a new set of rules and supervision by the court for at least the next 18 months.
Table 15: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Heart Transplants -Donations by Cadaveric Donor Type in Units for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-50
The first ever large multicenter clinical trial comparing machine perfusion of cadaveric donor kidneys to the standard static cold preservation is about to begin in Europe.
the UNOS defines a cadaveric donor as "one from whom at least one vascularized solid organ was recovered for the purposes of transplantation" (UNOS, 2000, p.