Organ donor management and organ outcome : a 6-year review from a level I trauma center.
Third Scientific Session of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma. 3. Naples FL (USA), 1989-01.
Only 18 ; of organs were procured within 3 hours of brain death; 23 ; were procured more than 6 hours later.
Six patients excluded from this study suffered cardiovascular collapse before their organs could be retrieved.
From 114 organ donors, consent was obtained to procure 224 kidneys, 77 livers, 62 hearts, 35 pancreata, and ten heart-lung units.
All 224 donated kidneys were procured and 202 were ultimately transplanted.
Of 77 donated livers, 32 were procured; 31 transplanted.
Of 62 donated hearts, 38 were procured; 29 transplanted and nine used for valves.
Ten heart-lung units were donated; six were procured and transplanted.
Of 35 donated pancreata, 11 were procured; only five were transplanted.
Mots-clés Pascal : Etats Unis, Amérique du Nord, Amérique, Donation organe, Organisation, Pennsylvanie, Traumatisme, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : United States, North America, America, Organ gift, Organization, Pennsylvania, Trauma, Human
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