Current practice and the legal, ethical, and religious status of post mortem organ donation in the Islamic world

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Title

Current practice and the legal, ethical, and religious status of post mortem organ donation in the Islamic world

Author

Daar, A.S.

Publisher

1991/00/00

Language

English

Publication Date

19910000

Primary Classification

19.5

Secondary Classification

19.5;1.2;19.1

Primary keywords

Arab world--[pri];cadavers--[pri];fatwas--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];Muslim world--[pri];organ donation--[pri]

Secondary keywords

Arabs;brain death;codes of ethics;fiqh;historical aspects;kidneys;Koran;living donors;legal aspects;medical ethics;Muslims;religion;sharia;trends

Subject

Egypt;Islamic Code of Medical Ethics 1981;Kuwait;Malaysia;Middle East;Northern Africa;Saudi Arabia

Journal Article

Land, W.; Dossetor, J.B., eds. Organ Replacement Therapy: Ethics, Justice and Commerce: First Joint Meeting of ESOT and EDTA/ERA, Munich, December 1990. Berlin; New York: Springer-Verlag, 1991: 291-299

Call Number

RD120.7 .O685 1991

Bibliography

11 refs. 2 fn.

ISBN

3540536876

Collection

Citation

“Current practice and the legal, ethical, and religious status of post mortem organ donation in the Islamic world,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 19, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/33402.