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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 TRANSPLANT Transplant? Facts References Procedure of replacing diseased organs,parts of organs, or tissue by healthy organs. The new organ can come form a donor or from the same patient. transplanted organs can be artificial or natural.Organ Transplant save lives. First Transplants? Most common transplants? Health & Society Conclusion Akemi Tamara Cruz Hira-A01021975Rubén Sánchez Rodríguez-A01021759 Cecilia González Reyes-A01021750Jennifer Lee Lee-A01022054Omar González- A01338940 Fernanda Morales PliegoHealth & Society2nd Integrative ActivityGroup 51 9) Steinberg, A.. (-----). ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION AND DEFINITION OF THE MOMENT OF DEATH -- JEWISH PERSPECTIVES. March 11, 2015, de The Center for Medical Ethics, The Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School & Department of Pediatrics, Shaare Zedek Medical Center Jerusalem, Israel Sitio web: https://hods.org/pdf/Prof.%20Avraham%20Steinberg-%20Organ%20Transplantation%20and%20the%20Definition%20of%20the%20Moment%20of%20Death%20-%20Jewish%20Perspectives%20English.pdf Transplantation is related to health science because the purpose of a transplant is to replace a defective organ with one that works fine in order that the recipient remains healthy. For example,if a persons lung or kidney is damage and the person wont last longer with that lung ,then a lung transplantation takes place and the person may live a normal-healthy life. Now, people can get healthy replacements and maintain their physical wellness. Since the last century scientists and doctors have developed new technology to keep on saving lives. 5) Medline Plus. Retrieved on March 10, 2015 from http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/organtransplantation.html History 1902: The first experimental kidney transplants were performed at the Vienna Medical School in Austria with animals. It was successful 1909: The first experimental kidney transplant was performed for the humans in France using animal kidneys 1933: The firsthuman-to-human kidney transplantwas performed. Not with a successful result. Organs:-heart -kidney-liver-lung-pancreas-intestine Tissue corneas- bone- heart valves- skin-blood vessels- SAVING LIVES ANOTHER NAME IS ADDED TO THE NATIONAL WAITING LISTE V E R Y 12 MINUTES More than 120.000 people in USA are still waiting for an organ transplant One organ donor cansave up to eight livesand by the donation of tissue and eyes 50 more lives can be improved, in total 58 people. The success rate for organ transplants is between 80 and 90 percent. All MAJOR RELIGIONS S U P P O R T ORGAN T R A N S P L A N T Anyone can be a donorregardless of the ageor medical condition Donors are needed for all races and ethnic groups Kidney80.8% liver14.4% Heart 2.8% Kidney & Pancreas 1.9% Lung1.4% Pancreas 1.1% Intestine .2% ORGANS DEMAND... MORE THAN 80% OF PEOPLE ARE STILL WAITING ON THE LIST 45% OF CANDIDATES ARE BETWEEN THEAGES OF 50 AND 64 On average patients wait 2 or 3 years for an organ By 2011 there were 14,147 candidates for donation,including both living and deceased 2)Co.Design.Retrived on March 12, 2015.from:http://www.fastcodesign.com/1670045/infographic-just-how-hard-is-it-to-get-an-organ-transplant 6)National Foundation For Transplants. Retrived on March 12, 2015. from:http://www.transplants.org/facts-about-organ-donation 7)New York Organ Donor Network.Retrived on March 12, 2015.from:http://www.donatelifeny.org/about-donation/quick-facts-about-donation/ 3)Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network. Retrived on March 12, 2015. from:http://www.donorrecovery.org/learn/organs-and-tissues-for-transplant/ 1)Barnes Jewish Hospital. Retrived on march 12, 2015. from:http://www.barnesjewish.org/transplant-center 4)Harvard Apparatus. Retived on March 12, 2015. from:http://www.harvardapparatusregen.com/index.php/about/history-of-human-transplants/ 8)Stanford University. Retrived on March 12, 2015. from:http://web.stanford.edu/dept/HPS/transplant/html/history.html 1963: The first lung transplant was successful, it was leaded by the Dr.James Hardy at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS. 1954: On December 23, the first living-related kidney transplant was successful.The kidney the patient received was from his identical twin. Transplants can come from a recent death body or alive person.they should be compatible.Organs need to be transported fast and refrigerated while transplantation starts. The organ that is more resistant wile there is a transplantation is the Kidney or the Pancreas. The organ needs to be taken out of the original body aprox. in 30 min, if not, the organ turns useless for the transplant The organ will resist for few hours outsidethe body with the help of water and refrigeration to later be transferred to another body were the damaged organhas already been taken away. In South America the 1st successful organ transplant was done by Dr. Jorge Kaplán in Valparaiso, Chile.It was a heart Southafrica 1967: Dr. Christiaan Barnard accomplished a heart transplant from a 25 year old women into, Louis Washkansky, 53. The transplant was successful but the patient died 18 days later of pneumonia We have concluded that transplants were a great milestone in the history of medicine. According to recent studies, organ transplants have saved more than 2 million years of life in the U.S. over 25 years. We have learned that transplants have saved many lives and m We have concluded that transplants were agreat milestone in the history of medicine. According to recent studies,organ transplants have saved more than 2 million years of lifein the U.S. over 25 years. We have learned that transplants have saved many lives and and thousands of patients can live a healthy life thanks thanks to this. First, there were transplants of a few organs but today there are face transplants, hand, trachea, airway and more. Now, new improvements in medicine are working in synthetic organs that will substitute donors and help even more
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