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No 2427-VIII: The law of Ukraine "On the use of transplantation of anatomical materials to humans" allows individuals to establish their genetic links, and hence supports the historical development of transplantation policies in Ukraine. A comparative analysis of the text of the Guiding Principles and the Law shows that a combination of administrative tools was used for the implementation of the former by the legislator, including several forms of transformation and reception.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.25040/medicallaw2022.01.009
Purpose of Patient-Reported Result Measures are standardized instruments used to gather data about medical care from the patient perspective. Implementing PROMs in pediatric clinical settings has risen in importance as health services prioritize patient-centred pediatric care. This report explores the perspectives of pediatric solid organ transplant recipients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals on the benefits of incorporating PROMs into clinical practice. Five Canadian transplant centers underwent semi-structured interviews. Nearly all participants favor the use of PROMs to improve pediatric transplant clinical care. Three main roles for PROMs emerged: to bring a transplant patient's overall well-being into the clinical care dialogue; to increase patient communication and engagement; and, to guide the use of clinical pediatric transplantation. Conclusions This research contributes to current findings that supports the use of PROMs in clinical pediatric care and supports their efficient implementation into practice.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-020-02743-8
Purpose We investigated the status of deceased organ donation and transplantation in Japan by a questionnaire that was sent to transplant centers in Japan during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organ donation and organ transplantation data were extracted from the Japan Organ Transplant Network website, which were removed from the Japan Organ Transplant Network website. Although the COVID-19 pandemic has less effect in Japan than in other nations, it has had a major effect on transplantation in 42 percent of the transplantation centers, including 78% of the kidney transplantation centers, and reduced the number of organ transplantation centers to 61% of the year-on-year average, according to the year-on-year average.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00595-021-02388-1
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