organ bank


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Related to organ bank: Tissue bank
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organ bank

n (Med) → Organbank f
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Al Amiri said the legislations also aim to boost the country's medical tourism; attract the flow of investments through new specialized international transplantation centers; establish a national organ bank and build a database to register those who wish to donate after death.
7 percent of the Uighur Muslim population in China's Xinjiang Province have reportedly been cajoled and coerced into donating blood to a government-run organ bank.
It also allows the establishment of a national organ bank and a database to record all individuals who signify their wish to donate their organs upon their deaths.
The study included 73 human hearts that had been donated through the New England Organ Bank, determined to be unsuitable for transplantation and recovered under research consent.
Memorial contributions may be made to the New England Organ Bank, 60 First Avenue, Waltham, MA 02451.
He added, the plan also integrates "the achievement of the organ bank and the development of training programs for practitioners of transplantation.
Donations in Nancy's honor may be made to New England Organ Bank, 60 First Ave.
In the public sector she has also provided training for the New England Organ Bank, the Singapore Supreme Court, the Obama White House, and theologians struggling with disagreement over the nature of truth and God.
This is precisely the outcome we hope for when we offer donor families the opportunity to make this type of donation," said Richard Luskin, President and CEO of New England Organ Bank.
She also served as a spokeswoman for Illinois' regional organ bank, Gift of Hope, along with Jarrett.
Interviews with hospital and organ bank staff members revealed no likely sources of LCMV infection in the hospital or organ-recovery settings.
After her death, Nicola's heart was frozen in liquid nitrogen and stored at an organ bank in Edinburgh.