A Enfermagem Centrada Na Investigação Científica 3 2020
DOI: 10.22533/at.ed.9922024077
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Diagnósticos De Enfermagem Prevalentes Em Potenciais Doadores De Órgãos Em Morte Encefálica

Abstract: Direitos para esta edição cedidos à Atena Editora pelos autores. Todo o conteúdo deste livro está licenciado sob uma Licença de Atribuição Creative Commons. Atribuição 4.0 Internacional (CC BY 4.0). O conteúdo dos artigos e seus dados em sua forma, correção e confiabilidade são de responsabilidade exclusiva dos autores, inclusive não representam necessariamente a posição oficial da Atena Editora. Permitido o download da obra e o compartilhamento desde que sejam atribuídos créditos aos autores, mas sem a possib… Show more

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“…In 2019, in Brazil, the number of people on the waiting list already exceeded 37,946, according to the National Transplant Center, which also points out that among 11,000 potential donors, only 33% become effective for donation. 2 Brazil is among the most advanced countries in relation to legislation for the public organ transplant program, occupying the second position worldwide as the largest transplanter, behind only the United States. 2 There is a national average of 14.2 thousand effective donors per one million inhabitants, resulting in 20,934 transplants in the year 2014 and presenting a drop in 2015 for reasons of non-acceptance by the families of potential donors.…”
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“…In 2019, in Brazil, the number of people on the waiting list already exceeded 37,946, according to the National Transplant Center, which also points out that among 11,000 potential donors, only 33% become effective for donation. 2 Brazil is among the most advanced countries in relation to legislation for the public organ transplant program, occupying the second position worldwide as the largest transplanter, behind only the United States. 2 There is a national average of 14.2 thousand effective donors per one million inhabitants, resulting in 20,934 transplants in the year 2014 and presenting a drop in 2015 for reasons of non-acceptance by the families of potential donors.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…2 Brazil is among the most advanced countries in relation to legislation for the public organ transplant program, occupying the second position worldwide as the largest transplanter, behind only the United States. 2 There is a national average of 14.2 thousand effective donors per one million inhabitants, resulting in 20,934 transplants in the year 2014 and presenting a drop in 2015 for reasons of non-acceptance by the families of potential donors. [3][4] The Federal Council of Medicine -CFM regulates the diagnosis of brain death as an irreversible situation of all circulatory, respiratory, and functional functions of the brain, including the brain stem.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%