The man worked at the Centennial Hospital, and he was also a remiser and firefighter. He died at the beginning of the year, but before he decided to donate his organs. Two women received cornea and returned to see.
The latest published data is incredibly encouraging. Following the new donation and transplant law no. 27.447 – known as the Justin's Law – which allowed to strengthen the procurement system and streamline and simplify processes, Argentina has exceeded its historical donor record for organs.
This year, 632 organs donors have been reached throughout 2012, exceeding the previous historical mark. In total, the number of registered donors in 2012 was also record-breaking – 1,499.
Within the framework of this current sponsor, the staff of the Center for Ablation and Implants at Entre Ríos (Cucaier) created a "Donation and Transplant Assistance Conference" before the Quarter Hospital's interdisciplinary team, a member of the Provincial Transplant Network. hospitalaria ", focusing his thesis on the new regulatory system provided by Justina Law and the therapeutic impact on the family that loses a loved one.
Dr. Karina Surt, coordinator of transplantation and responsible for Cucaier's medicine, together with Dr. Lillian Bust and members of the ablational and transplant groups, professors Nicholas Euler, provided training on "the law in daily work".
This year, Dardo, as a donor, is being kept in the reserve, as prescribed by law, the 55-year-old centenarian hospital nurse died.
Among his tasks, a man who was also a firefighter and worked as a reimburser was responsible for the transfer of tissue to Incucais or Cucaier when the ablation took place.
Before dying, Jonis, as his local colleagues and friends, said that he chose to be a donor – a decision that was fully supported by his family. Thanks to this mimic gento, the young Buenosalias for 36 years and the gualeguaychuense of 51, recovering a vision.
"The spirit is that every Argentine is a donor and who disagrees with this stance, it can be disclosed. We call on the public to know the matter and make a decision about what they want to do with their bodies when they die," said Dr. Karina Surt
"The information provided by Justin's law in society and in the healthcare system has contributed to the activities of many bodies that allow the destruction of more than six organs in both public and private institutions. Entre Ríos is one of the five leading donors in the province thanks to the networking and coordination between hospitals, participating in these procurement programs, "said Cucaier's professional.
A centennial year has a profile for tissues and implements its neurocritical patient program during intensive care through neurosurgery services that prevent diversion. If evolution is not desirable and death of the encephalitis occurs, there may only be a donor.
"Donation should be curable in order to receive an organ and also a family that loses his beloved. This act helps and facilitates the duel. The donation causes so much pain at this moment and strengthens the inheritance of the deceased person who assumes a different role in the family, because it exceeds his death by giving life "," Surth assessed and reaffirms the need to respect "both the protection and confidentiality of both parties. donor as recipient "because" it is a private medical activity, intimate and transient pain ".
"This law simplified logistics and operational measures, maturity of judges by accident or violent deaths, and guarantees the integral care of the patient who will receive the transplant when it is on the waiting list and after surgery," Surt emphasized.