2014
DOI: 10.5935/0103-507x.20140004
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Abstract: ObjectiveTo characterize the profile of effective organ and tissue donors and to understand which organs and tissues were donated for transplantation.MethodsThis was a quantitative, descriptive, exploratory, retrospective study that analyzed clinical data from 305 donors between January 2006 to December 2010. The data were then analyzed using descriptive analyses, generating frequency tables, measures of position (mean, minimum and maximum) and measures of dispersion (standard deviation) for data that was soci… Show more

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“…(12) It is fundamental to optimize this time and implement actions to maintain the patient's physiological stability, thereby increasing the number of organ donors and the viability of potentially transplantable organs. (13) In some countries, the eligible donor is kept in cardiopulmonary bypass, which preserves the organs after CPA and guarantees rates of donation of up to 100%. However, this practice is not widely disseminated due to the controversial ethical question and the absence of guidelines and legislation for these cases.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(12) It is fundamental to optimize this time and implement actions to maintain the patient's physiological stability, thereby increasing the number of organ donors and the viability of potentially transplantable organs. (13) In some countries, the eligible donor is kept in cardiopulmonary bypass, which preserves the organs after CPA and guarantees rates of donation of up to 100%. However, this practice is not widely disseminated due to the controversial ethical question and the absence of guidelines and legislation for these cases.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…One study published in 2013 identified a change in the profile of EDs and found that the leading cause of BD was stroke (55%) and that the second main cause was TBI (35%). ( 8 )…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Early recognition of pathophysiological changes and immediate treatment make it possible to minimize the losses of potential donors due to a lack of poor clinical conditions. 14,15,17,[23][24][25]…”
Section: Nursing Care Centered On the Operationalization Of The Me Prmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, the knowledge of the changes facilitates the health team's management to be carried out with the PD and to prevent such impacts to guarantee the quality of the maintenance of the organs and tissues for transplantation. 18,24 In studies, it was observed that the minimum essential aspects for the maintenance of the potential donor are: to maintain the patient's body temperature in the PD with temperature>35°C. Ideally between 36°C and 37.5°C.…”
Section: Nursing Care In Maintaining the Potential Donor Organmentioning
confidence: 99%