Iranian model of kidney transplantation: an ethical review

Dublin Core

Title

Iranian model of kidney transplantation: an ethical review

Author

Aramesh, Kiarash

Publisher

20080000

Language

English

Publication Date

20080000

Abstract

Aramesh described the history of transplantation in Iran. He proposed establishing models such as a cross-donor system, and correcting the process of obtaining informed consent to prevent exploitation. He also suggested a government أdonation gift أpaid by the government and a non-profit/charitable organization, rewarded gifting, and using the mass media, deceased donors, eliminating waiting lists, brokers' involvement and uncontrolled organ purchases.

Primary Classification

19.3

Secondary Classification

19.3;19.5

Primary keywords

kidney transplantation--[pri];organ donation--[pri];organ donors--[pri];remuneration--[pri]

Secondary keywords

economics;government regulation;historical aspects;informed consent;transplant recipients

Subject

Iran--[pri]

Conference

Second International Congress of Medical Ethics in Iran; Medical Ethics and History of Medicine Research Center, Tehran Iran; 2008 April 16-18; Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Journal Article

Second International Congress of Medical Ethics in Iran 2008 April 16-18 Accessed: http://mehr.tums.ac.ir/Default.aspx?lang=en [2010 November 1]

Link for Internet access

Primary Document Type

upd; lecture

Call Number

file

Collection

Citation

“Iranian model of kidney transplantation: an ethical review,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed January 19, 2020, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34326.