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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-A01022054 Fernanda Morales PliegoHealth & SocietyGroup 51 2) 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. 1) Medline Plus. Retrieved on March 10, 2015 from http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/organtransplantati on.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 LIST EVERY 12 MINUTES
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