Availability of Organs for Transplantation: A Three Year Study
BMJ: British Medical Journal 1986 October 11; 293(6552): 923
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Smithers, B.M.; Cooksey, G.; Foster, M.C.; Blamey, R.W. (1986-10-11)Records were examined of all medically eligible potential organ donors diagnosed as brain stem dead over a three-year period in the intensive care units covered by the Nottingham, England, renal transplant unit. At present ...
Salih, M.A.M.; Harvey, I.; Frankel, S.; Coupe, D.J.; Webb, M.; Cripps, H.A. (1991-05-04)...The supply of donor organs (specifically kidneys) could be increased by altering the management of patients aged 50-69 dying of severe cerebrovascular disease in general medical wards, in particular by increasing the ...
An Assessment of the Impact of Required Request Legislation on the Availability of Cadaveric Organs for Transplantation Gaber, A.O.; Hall, G.; Britt, L.G. (1990-04)