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Frequently asked questions about organ donation
11 frequently asked questions about organ donation
"Am I really dead?"
A topic of organ donation and transplantation brings with it many questions. Therefore eleven frequently asked questions and their answers.
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1. If I am a donor, does a doctor still be best for me?
Yes, a doctor always does everything possible for the patient. Every doctor has a duty to save lives. His patient Doctor also does not know whether someone is until someone is deceased donor. Looks at the Donor Register or anyone after the death donor wanted to be.
Also, the doctor who the organs transplanted a physician other than the physician who consults the Donor Register Learn more about how exactly is carried out, can be found in this movie
2. Can I be a donor with my illness and / or medication?
Organ donation involves multiple organs and tissues. Therefore it is always advisable to give donation consent.
If, due to illness or medication a specific organ or tissue affected, then there are often other organs and tissues on who can qualify for organ donation into account. Moreover, the medical knowledge and understanding change. Thus, a condition that today is an obstacle to donation of a particular organ or tissue, is that in the future no more.
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