Naql wa zirå'at al-a'då> al-bashariyah bayna al-hazr wa al-ibåhah, diråsah fiqhiyah muqåranah
'Abd al-Samí', Usamah al-Sayyid
Alexandria: Dår al-Jåmi'ah al-Jadídah, 2006: 194 p.
This is a comparative jurisprudential study on the transfer and transplantation of human organs. It consists of an introduction and four main chapters. The introduction gives background information about the definition and history of organ transplantation. The first chapter discusses the views that support the transfer and transplantation of human organs from living donors, elaborating on the justifications for and conditions of these procedures. The second chapter discusses the view that rejects the transfer or transplantation of human organs and refutation of this view. The third chapter discusses the permissibility of cadaveric organ transplantation. The fourth chapter discusses the Egyptian statutes regulating the transfer and transplantation of human organs.
Accountability; Blood; Blood Donation; Cadavers; Comparative Studies; Consent; Death; Determination of Death; Donors; Embryo Disposition; Embryo Research; Ethics; Fiqh; Government; Government Regulation; Islamic Ethics; Legal Aspects; Legal Liability; Legal Rights; Legislation; Living Donors; Liability; Organ Donation; Organ Donors; Organ Transplantation; Presumed Consent; Regulation; Remuneration; Required Request; Research; Rights; Sharia; Statutes; Transplant Recipients; Transplantation; Religious Ethics; Artificial and Transplanted Organs or Tissues; Donation / Procurement of Organs and Tissues; Informed Consent;
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Sathí, Su'åd (2007)This book discusses several issues pertaining to the transfer and transplantation of human organs. It consists of seven short chapters addressing: the ruling of seeking medication; sharia-based ruling on organ transplantation; ...