The man worked in the centenary hospital, and was also a memory and fireman. He died at the beginning of the year, but before he decided to donate his organs. Two women received corneas and returned to look.
The latest data published is incubating, very encouraging. After the adoption of the new law on donations and transplants No. 27447, known as Justina's Law, which allowed to strengthen the procurement system and simplify and simplify the processes, Argentina exceeded its historical record of organ donors.
So far, in 2012, 632 organ donors were reached, exceeding the previous historical mark, 630 registered donors during the whole of 2012. Similarly, the number of transplants was also recorded in the number of 1,499 operations.
As part of this current sponsor, employees from Entre Ríos (Cucaier), the Common Center for Ablation and Implants, have developed a “Donation and Transplant Assistance Conference” before the Interdisciplinary Team of the centenary hospital – a member of the Provincial Transplant Network. hospitals ", focusing his thesis on a new regulatory basis, provided by the" Law of Justine ", and the therapeutic effect on the family, which is losing a loved one.
Dr. Karina Surt, transplant coordinator and responsible for the Medical District of Kukaira, together with Dr. Liliana Bustos and psychology professor Nikolos Euler, members of the ablation and transplantation groups, conducted the training on “Implications of updating the law in daily work”.
The case of the Dardo
Earlier this year, Dardo – as a donor, the name is kept in reserve, as defined by law – a nurse from a hundred-year-old hospital died for 55 years.
Among his tasks, a man who was also a fireman and worked as a reissor was responsible for the transfer of tissue to Inkukai or Kukayer when ablation occurred.
Before dying, "Jonis", as his colleagues and friends at the local hospital said, preferred to be a donor, a decision that fully supported his family. Thanks to this imitative gento, young Buenosaire, who was 36 years old, and gualeguaychuense, 51, restored his vision.
“The spirit is that every Argentinian is a donor and who does not agree with this position, he can manifest it. We urge the community to know the problem and make decisions in life about what they want to do with their bodies when they die, ”said Dr. Karina Surt,
“Information obtained in accordance with the Justina's Law in society and the health care system facilitated multi-year operations that allowed the ablation of more than six organs in both public and private institutions. Entre Ríos is one of the five leading provinces in the country of donations thanks to the network and coordination between the hospitals that participate in these procurement programs, ”said the professional Cucaier.
The century has a tissue profile and implements its neurocritical patient program in Intensive Therapy with neurosurgical services that avoid referral. When evolution is not desired and encephalic death occurs, you can only be a donor.
“The donation should be therapeutic for those who receive the organ, as well as for the family who loses their loved one. This act helps and frees the duel. The donation gives peace at that moment so much pain and strengthens the legacy of a deceased person who takes on another role in the family because he transcends his death, giving life, ”Sert appreciated and confirmed the need to respect“ protection and confidentiality as a donor as a recipient ” because "this is a private medical act, intimate and crossed by pain."
“This law has simplified logistic and operational steps, legal deadlines related to accidents or violent deaths, and guarantees integral care for a patient who will receive a transplant when he is on the waiting list and after the operation,” Surt said.