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Improving self-sufficiency in organ transplantation in Korea

Ahn C, Lee S, Kim YH, Oh J, Yun IJ, Ahn HJ, Seo SH, Jeong JC, Kim MS, Ha J, Kim SI, Moon IS, Cho WH

After attaining a qualified medical capacity in organ transplantation, Korea has been struggling to increase the number of deceased organ transplants to reach self-sufficiency. As one of these efforts, Korea...
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Organ donation after controlled circulatory death (Maastricht classification III) following the withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment in Korea: a suggested guideline

Park H, Jung ES, Oh JS, Lee YM, Lee JM

The “Act on hospice and palliative care and decisions on life-sustaining treatment for patients at the end of life” was enacted in February 2018 in Korea. Therefore, we suggest a...
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Egocentric organ distribution: a compromise of moral duty

Monday OI

Organ transplantation is one of the remarkable achievements of scientists in the 21st century. The rationale for organ transplantation is therapy for patients suffering from organ failure. This remarkable achievement...
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The effect of a mandatory choice system for organ donation after brain death on ethical legitimacy and potential efficacy in a mathematical model

Cho IS, Lee HY, Park UJ, Kim HT, Roh YN

Background: The “mandatory choice” system is an organ donation system that forces individuals to clearly express their choice about organ donation. Although this system is widely practiced in western countries,...
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Medical Management of Brain-Dead Organ Donors

Anwar AT, Lee JM

With improving healthcare services, the demand for organ transplants has been increasing daily worldwide. Deceased organ donors serve as a good alternative option to meet this demand. The first step...
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Organ donation in Korea in 2018 and an introduction of the Korea national organ donation system

Cho WH

A total of 1,503 solid organs were procured from 449 deceased donors in 2018. Although the number of donors was down by 12.8% from the previous year (8.7 per million...
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Case Report of Kidney Paired Donation (KPD) with Desensitization: the Strategy and Experience of 3-Way KPD in Samsung Medical Center

Oh D, Kang ES, Yu S, Chun K, Huh W, Jang HR, Cho CW, Lee N, Lee KW, Park H, Park JB, Kim SJ

As the need for the organ donation increases, strategies to increase kidney transplantation (KT) through expanded living donation have become essential. These include kidney paired donation (KPD) programs and desensitization...
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Factors Influencing Family's Organ Donation Decision

Oh J, Kang M, Jang KS, Kang HJ, Cho W, Ha J

BACKGROUND: The main factor limiting the increase in brain dead organ donors is low consent rates for organ donation. METHODS: This study is a retrospective analysis of donor records of Korea...
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Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for the Support of a Potential Organ Donor with a Fatal Brain Injury before Brain Death Determination

Chang SW, Han S, Ko JH, Ryu JW

The shortage of available organ donors is a significant problem and various efforts have been made to avoid the loss of organ donors. Among these, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) has...
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Management of brain-dead donors in Korea

Joo J

  • KMID: 2342366
  • J Korean Med Assoc.
  • 2014 Feb;57(2):137-142.
Brain death is the irreversible end of all brain activity including involuntary activity necessary to sustain life. Since the first organ transplantation from a brain-dead donor in 1979, organ transplantation...
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Kidney Transplantation from a Donor Following Cardiac Death Supported with Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation

Lee JH, Hong SY, Oh CK, Hong YS, Yim H

To expand the donor pool, organ donation after cardiac death (DCD) has emerged. However, kidneys from DCD donors have a period of long warm ischemia between cardiac arrest and the...
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A Proposal to Activate Organ Donation: Report of Organ Allocation Study Group

Cho WH, Kim SI, Kim MS, Ahn C, Bang KT, Jeon KO, Chung SY, Ha JW, Han DJ

  • KMID: 2324138
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 2009 Jun;23(1):8-14.
Organ shortage is a serious problem in the field of solid organ transplantation. Increasing number of death on the waiting list, transplant tourism, black market for organ selling are all...
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The Organ Donation Rates in the Neurosurgical Field: Preliminary Study in a Single Institute

Lee SJ, Park JB, Lyo IU, Sim HB, Song SK, Kwon SC

BACKGROUND: In this study, we analyzed the brain death patients and the donation rates in our neurosurgical field and we discuss the factors that may be important for maximizing these...
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The Knowledge and Attitude of Medical Students towards the Organ Donation

Lee JA, Kim SY

  • KMID: 2201945
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 2008 Jun;22(1):120-129.
PURPOSE: This research was intended to study on the knowledge and attitude of the medical students towards the organ donation in brain death, who will be in charge of organ...
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National Organ Transplantation Policy

Jeong EK

Despite the increasing numbers of patients in need of organ transplantation following the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases such as CRF, chronic liver disease, disparities between the supply and demand...
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The New Types of Informed Consent

Kim JH

Informed consent is an essential issue in medical practice. Recently, new types of informed consent have emerged from doctor-patient relationship. Genetic studies using patients' specimens are regulated by the "Bioethics...
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Nurse's Knowledge and Attitudes on Organ Donation in Brain Death

Kang KJ, Kim SH

  • KMID: 2324398
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 2004 Jun;18(1):81-86.
PURPOSE: This study attempted as investigations of nurse's knowledge and attitudes on organ donation in brain death, to find the method solving of the problems. METHODS: A survey questionnaire was used...
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Organ Allocation for Transplantation in the USA and Korea: The Changing Roles of Equity and Utility

Bollinger , Cho WH

Realizing the promise and managing the success of organ transplantation requires the creation of unique institutions. An Organ Procurement and Transplant Network (OPTN) must be capable of increasing the supply...
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The Experience of Decision Making to Donate Organs

Kwon YM, Yeun EJ

  • KMID: 2290965
  • J Korean Acad Adult Nurs.
  • 2003 Jun;15(2):256-266.
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to identify the process of experience toward decision making to donate organs. METHOD: Eleven subjects who registered at the Association for Organ Sharing in...
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Study on Perceptions and Attitudes of Koreans on Organ Donation

Lee SM, Lee YH, Kim SH, Kim SY

  • KMID: 2324349
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 2003 Dec;17(2):227-233.
PURPOSE: As transplantation depends greatly on organ donations, it is very important to gain better understanding of perceptions and attitudes on organ donation. In this paper, we want to evaluate...
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