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Persuading bereaved families to permit organ donation

David Shaw| Bernice Elger
What's New in Intensive Care
Volume 40, Issue 1 / January , 2014

Pages 96 - 98

No abstract available.

References

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  3. NHS Organ Donation (2013) Statistics. Available at: http://www.organdonation.nhs.uk/statistics/. Accessed 15 Aug 2013
  4. Shaw D (2012) We should not let families stop organ donation from their dead relatives. BMJ 345:e5275
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  5. Morais M, da Silva RC, Duca WJ (2012) Families who previously refused organ donation would agree to donate in a new situation: a cross-sectional study. Transpl Proc 44(8):2268–2271
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  6. Human Tissue Authority (2006) Code of practice 2: donation of solid organs for transplantation. Available at: www.hta.gov.uk/legislationpoliciesandcodesofpractice/codesofpractice/code2donationoforgans.cfm. Accessed 15 Aug 2013

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