Obecná východiska

Zavřit Principy lékařské etiky a bioetiky

Zavřit Základní lékařské kodexy

Zavřit Lidská práva

Zavřit Práva a povinnosti zdravotnického personálu

Aplikovaná etika

Zavřit Genetika

Zavřit Genové manipulace a klonování

Zavřit Odpovědné rodičovství

Zavřit Embryo

Zavřit Prenatální diagnostika

Zavřit Experimenty s člověkem a embryem

Zavřit Etické komise

Zavřit Problematika transplantací

Zavřit Mentální a tělesné postižení

Zavřit Eutanázie

Zavřit Zanedbávané, zneužívané a týrané dítě

Zavřit TBC, HIV

Zavřit Etika v psychiatrii a psychologii

Zavřit Politika a lékařská etika

Počítadlo

   návštěv

   připojený čtenář

World Medical Association Declaration of Sydney on the Determination of Death and the Recovery of Organs

Adopted by the 22nd World Medical Assembly, Sydney, Australia, August 1968, and
amended by the 35th World Medical Assembly, Venice, Italy, October 1983, and
the WMA General Assembly, Pilanesberg, South Africa, October 2006

  1. Determination of death can be made on the basis of the irreversible cessation of all functions of the entire brain, including the brain stem, or the irreversible cessation of circulatory and respiratory functions. This determination will be based on clinical judgment according to accepted criteria supplemented, if necessary, by standard diagnostic procedures and made by a physician.
  2. Even without intervention, cell, organ and tissue activity in the body may continue temporarily after a determination of death. Cessation of all life at the cellular level is not a necessary criterion for determination of death.
  3. The use of deceased donor organs for transplantation has made it important for physicians to be able to determine when mechanically-supported patients have died.
  4. After death has occurred, it may be possible to maintain circulation to the organs and tissues of the body mechanically. This may be done to preserve organs and tissues for transplantation.
  5. Prior to post-mortem transplantation, the determination that death has occurred shall be made by a physician who is in no way immediately involved in the transplantation procedure.
  6. Following determination of death, all treatment and resuscitation attempts may be ceased and donor organs may be recovered, provided that prevailing requirements of consent and other relevant ethical and legal requirements have been fulfilled.

14.6.2006


Vytvořeno: 2008/01/23 ! 22:00
Poslední změna: 2008/01/23 ! 22:00
Téma: Problematika transplantací
Načteno 2795 krát


Print preview Print preview     Verze pro tisk Verze pro tisk

Problematika transplantací - World Medical Association Declaration of Sydney on the Determination of Death and the Recovery of Organs
 
 
 
Počet komentářů k článku


Zatím bez komentář.
Buď první !


 
Hledání




Webmaster
Kalendář
^ Nahoru ^