Non-Heart-Beating Organ Donation: A Reply to Campbell and Weber
DeVita, Michael A.
Snyder, James V.
KENNEDY INSTITUTE OF ETHICS JOURNAL 1995 March; 5(1): 43-49
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DeVita, Michael A.; Vukmir, Rade; Snyder, James V.; Graziano, Cheryl (1995-03)In the preceding commentary, Campbell and Weber raise two valid and important issues concerning non-heart-beating organ donation (NHBOD). First, because the procedure links withdrawal of life support and the potential ...
DeVita, Michael A.; Vukmir, Rade; Snyder, James V.; Graziano, Cheryl (1993-12)Organ transplantation is an accepted therapy for major organ failure, but it depends on the availability of viable organs. Most organs transplanted in the U.S. come from either "brain-dead" or living related donors. ...