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Additionally, about 25 per cent of people on the waiting list die each year waiting for a transplant, and those who eventually receive a transplant often have a lengthy period on the waiting list, resulting in poorer health at the time of transplant.
There is a simple fix to these unnecessarily transplanted kidneys: end the preference given to liver transplant patients for a new kidney.
"The UAE needs more donors, and this can only happen if transplant centres receive more referrals for brain-dead donors from health care facilities across the country," Dr Mohammad Al Seiari, consultant transplant nephrologist at Shaikh Khalifa Medical City, told Gulf News .
The Pims management is hoping to conduct the first liver transplant surgery by the end of the current year.
'These hospitals and institutions are the first institutions across K-P who have been approved for registration by the MTRA for corneal transplant after the passage of the MTRA Act,' the official said, adding that the hospitals were directed to immediately establish their own eye banks in line with the rules of the MTRA.
Organ Transplant Support will be honored on Thursday, April 26 during HSN's Customer Appreciation Month.
Further, reports from the government-funded Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients show that some VATCs are performing transplants at levels well below many non-VA facilities.
The Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi has developed a comprehensive multi-organ transplant programme, and successfully completed UAE's first full liver transplant and first lung transplant, both from deceased donors.
The Milliman transplant cost totals include the estimated cost of pre-transplant care, tissue or organ procurement, hospital transplant services, physician transplant services, 180 days of post-transplant care, and the related prescription drugs.
The global bone marrow transplant market has been classified on the basis of transplant type, disease indication, end user and geography.
NEARLY 2,000 TRANSPLANTS. The National Transplant Coordination Institute (Incort) says 1,928 organ and tissue transplants have been performed in the country between 2000 and 2012, including 664 kidney transplants, 22 liver transplants, 1,232 cornea transplants, two heart transplants and eight bone marrow transplants, reports Listin Diario (Nov.19, 2013).