Procurement, Preservation and Allocation of Vascularized Organs
This volume includes all procedures and practices relating to the selection of organ donors, removal of organs, preservation and allocation for a successful transplantation. The improving preservation solutions as well as the improving survival rates of transplant patients should make it a useful book on all aspects of transplantation. The chapters are divided into four sections: donor conditioning and surgery; organ preservation; allocation and logistics; ethics and legislation in organ donation. The growing awareness of the need for organ donation and adaptation of laws, as well as the increasing efforts of the transplantation organizations to stimulate organ donation, makes this text a timely publication. This book is aimed at medical specialists in any hospital involved, or potentially involved, in organ procurement, transplant co-ordinators and administrators, transplant surgeons, nephrologists and other organ specialists and researchers. The chapters on surgical techniques are illustrated with original artwork by Bernard Tardieu.
- Hardback | 384 pages
- 196 x 264 x 26mm | 1,120.37g
- 30 Nov 1997
- Kluwer Academic Publishers
- Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
Table of contents
Donor Conditioning and Surgery. Living Kidney Donation: Preoperative Evaluation and Preparation to Surgery; N. Lefrancois, J.L. Touraine. Anesthesia and Resuscitation of the Genetically Related Living Donor in Liver Transplantation; D. Gille, et al. Kidney Recovery From Living Related Donors; X. Martin, et al. Living-Related Liver Transplantation; N. Habib, et al. Diagnosis of Brain Death; G.E. Chatrian. Selection of Multivisceral Cadaveric Organ Donors; M.E. Wachs, N.L. Ascher. Management of the Cadaver Donor in the Intensive Care Unit; M.J. Lindop. Donor Conditioning in Organ Procurement; D. Novitzky. Perioperative Management of Cadaveric Donor; D. Dorez, et al. Multiple Organ Procurement; X. Martin, et al. The Contribution of the Non-Heart-Beating Donor to the Solution of the Shortage of Kidneys; G. Kootstra, et al. Organ Preservation. Biochemistry and Cell Physiology of Organ Preservation; J.H. Southard. Preservation by Simple Hypothermia; V. Marshall. Pulsatile Preservation in Renal Transplantation; M.L. Henry. Endothelial Cell Damage and Kupffer Cell Activation in Reperfusion Injury to Livers Stored for Transplantation; J.J. Lemasters, R.G. Thurman. Pharmacological Agents in Organ Preservation; D. Anaise. Kidney Preservation; G.M. Collins. Liver Preservation; N.V. Jamieson. Heart and Lung Preservation; W.N. Wicomb. Small Bowel Preservation; F.J. Rodriguez-Quilantan, L.H. Toledo-Pereyra. Pancreas Preservation and Graft Outcome; D.E.R. Sutherland, et al. Allocation and Logistics. Principles of Kidney Allocation; J.M.J. de Meester, G.G. Persijn. Principles of Liver Allocation in Eurotransplant; U. Jost. Principles of Heart Allocation; A. Haverich. Kidney Allocation in Highly Sensitized Patients; F.H.J. Claas. Principles of Lung Allocation; K. McNeil, J. Wallwork. Organisation and Logistics in Organ Exchange; B. Hase-Kromwijk, et al. Cost of Transplantation; F.Th. de Charro, A. de Wit. The Role of the Transplant Coordinator; C. Wight. Organ Availability in Europe: Problems and Results; G.G. Persijn, B. Cohen. Donor Hospital Development in Non-University Hospitals; L. Roels. Kidney Preservation and Graft Outcome; J.M.J. De Meester, et al. Primary Dysfunction After Orthotopic Liver Transplantation; R.J. Ploeg. Results of Intestinal Transplantation; R. Margreiter. Cardiac Transplant Survival in Relation to Preservation; Korner. Ethics and Legislation in Organ Donation. Voluntarism and Coercion in Living Organ Donation; R.A. Sells. Reimbursement, `Rewarded Gifting', Financial Incentives and Commercialism in Living Organ Donation; A.S. Daar, et al. International Legislation in Living Organ Donation; Th. Gutmann, B. Gerok. Psychological Aspects in Living Organ Donation; K.A. Schneewind. Brain Death; H. Angstwurm. A Survey of Religious Attitudes Towards Organ Donation and Transplantation; A.S. Daar. Philosophical Arguments for Accepting the Brain-Death Criterion; D. Birnbacher. Legal and Judicial Aspects of Postmortem Organ Donation; B.M.