Classification of Living Organ Donors View Full Text


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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Andrew W. Webb

ABSTRACT

The total number of living organ donors has decreased over the past 7 years, although they still account for a significant number of kidney transplants. The last decade has seen a shift in the makeup of the living donor pool as the number of related donors has decreased, while the number of unrelated donors has increased. This trend may partly be the result of increased acceptance of altruistic living organ donors by the transplant community and the introduction/growth of kidney paired donation (KPD) programs. Kidneys continue to be the most common organ donated by living donors and accounted for almost one-third of kidneys transplanted in 2011. While living kidney donation continues to be robust, the number of living liver donors has declined by half over the last decade. Although never common, the donation of lung lobes, portions of pancreas, and segments of intestine by living donors has become extremely rare. Two subgroups of living donors that face unique circumstances include individuals attempting to donate to an undocumented recipient and those who are active-duty military personnel. Those attempting to donate to an undocumented recipient often face steep financial barriers, while living donation by active-duty military personnel can have an adverse impact on their continued service. Regardless of their background or circumstances, living organ donors share the common desire to want to help improve another person’s quality of life. More... »

PAGES

139-147

Book

TITLE

Living Donor Advocacy

ISBN

978-1-4614-9142-2
978-1-4614-9143-9

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