Le prelevement d'organes et de tissues chez l'enfant: comparaison du cadre juridique en Tunisie et en France

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Title

Le prelevement d'organes et de tissues chez l'enfant: comparaison du cadre juridique en Tunisie et en France

Transliterated title

[Organ and tissue harvesting in children: comparison of the legal framework in Tunisia and France] eng

Author

Ben Dhiab, Mohamd
Mlayeh, Souheil
Majdoub, Wael
Zemni, Majed
Duguet, Anne M.
Jedidi, Maher

Publisher

2011/09/00

Language

French

Publication Date

20110900

Abstract

In Tunisia as in France, the legislator recognized the organ harvesting as of public health priority. To promote it, cells of coordination are created, and controlled by regulatory texts. There are differences in the strategy of organ harvesting in minor but whether he is alive or dead, he is well protected by law. Organ harvesting in alive child is prohibited in both Tunisia and France but the haematopoietic cells one is authorized. In the minor deceased organ harvesting obeys common principles, appearing in the bioethical law (France) and the law n°91-22 of March 25, 1991 (Tunisia) with a difference in the procedure of the assent of the legal guardian.

Primary Classification

19.5

Secondary Classification

19.5;9.5.7

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Journal Article

La Tunisie Medicale2011 August-September; 89(8-9):659-662

Call Number

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ISSN

414131

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Citation

“Le prelevement d'organes et de tissues chez l'enfant: comparaison du cadre juridique en Tunisie et en France,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 20, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35178.