Ahkåm zirå'at al-kabid fí al-qanún al-madaní wa al-fiqh al-Islåmí, diråsah muqåranah
Suwaylam, Muhammad Ahmad
Alexandria: Munsha'at al-Ma'årif, 2009: 800 p.
This book focuses on rulings concerning liver transplantation in both civil law and Islamic jurisprudence. It consists of a preliminary chapter and three main chapters. The preliminary chapter covers background information about the liver, liver transplantation, and history of this procedure. The first chapter discusses rulings pertaining to liver transplantation from living donors. The second chapter discusses rulings pertaining to liver transplantation from cadavers. The third chapter discusses rulings pertaining to physicians? roles and responsibilities.
Accountability; Arab World; Cadavers; Comparative Studies; Consent; Death; Determination of Death; Donors; Ethics; Fiqh; Government; Government Regulation; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Jurisprudence; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Liability; Legislation; Livers; Living Donors; Liability; Liver Transplantation; Organ Donation; Organ Donors; Organ Transplantation; Physicians; Presumed Consent; Regulation; Required Request; Rights; Responsibilities; Sharia; Transplant Recipients; Transplantation; Religious Ethics; Artificial and Transplanted Organs or Tissues; Donation / Procurement of Organs and Tissues; Definition of Death; Informed Consent;
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a°kåm al-taßarruf fí al-damm al-basharí wa-åthåruhu fí al-qanún al-madaní wa-al-fiqh al-Islamí, diråsah muqåranah (rulings pertaining to disposal of human blood and its impact in civil law and Islamic jurisprudence, a comparative study) Fajjål, (2009)This book contains a comparative study of the rulings pertaining to disposal of human blood and its impact in both civil law and Islamic jurisprudence. Chapter titles are: reality of medical work and human blood in Islamic ...