Islam and end-of-life practices in organ donation for transplantation: new questions and serious sociocultural consequences.

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Title

Islam and end-of-life practices in organ donation for transplantation: new questions and serious sociocultural consequences.

Author

Rady, Mohamed Y.
Verheijde, Joseph L.
Ali, Muna S.

Publisher

2009/06/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20090600

Primary Classification

19.5

Secondary Classification

19.5;1.2;2.2;20.2.1;20.3.1;8.3.1

Primary keywords

determination of death--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];organ donation--[pri]

Secondary keywords

allowing to die;assisted suicide;attitudes to death;brain death;cadavers;cardiac death;euthanasia;historical aspects;informed consent;legal aspects;Muslim world;organ transplantation;presumed consent;prolongation of life;sharia;terminally ill;third party consent

Subject

Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network;Twentieth Century;Twenty-First Century;Uniform Determination of Death Act;Uniform Anatomical Gift Act;United Network for Organ Sharing;United States

Journal Article

HEC(Heathcare Ethics Committee) Forum2009 June; 21(2):175-205

Note

36

Primary Document Type

ja

Call Number

journal

Bibliography

93 refs.

ISBN

0956-2737

Collection

Citation

“Islam and end-of-life practices in organ donation for transplantation: new questions and serious sociocultural consequences.,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed July 20, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34559.