Ethical Issues in Pediatric Organ Transplantation by Rebecca A. GreenbergEthical Issues in Pediatric Organ Transplantation by Rebecca A. Greenberg

Ethical Issues in Pediatric Organ Transplantation

byRebecca A. GreenbergEditorAviva M. Goldberg, David Rodríguez-arias

Hardcover | June 6, 2016

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This book offers a theoretical and practical overview of the specific ethical and legal issues in pediatric organ transplantation. Written by a team of leading experts, Ethical Issues in Pediatric Organ Transplantation addresses those difficult ethical questions concerning clinical, organizational, legal and policy issues including donor, recipient and allocation issues. Challenging topics, including children as donors, donation after cardiac death, misattributed paternity, familial conflicts of interest, developmental disability as a listing criteria, small bowel transplant, and considerations in navigating the media are discussed. It serves as a fundamental handbook and resource for pediatricians, transplant health care professionals, trainees, graduate students, scholars, practitioners of bioethics and health policy makers.
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Title:Ethical Issues in Pediatric Organ TransplantationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:340 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:June 6, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319291831

ISBN - 13:9783319291833

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Table of Contents

Introduction - Rodríguez-Arias, Greenberg, and Goldberg.- 1.0 Living Donation.- 1.1 Minors as organ donors - Freedman Ross, Parker and Thistelwaite.- 1.2 Living donors for fulminant hepatic failure in children - Segedi and Grant.- 1.3 The Ethics of Persuasion: Evaluating the ethical limits on attempting to persuade families to donate the organs of deceased family members - Chandler and Gruben.- 1.4 Misattributed Paternity - Freeman and Parker.- 2.0 Deceased Donation.- 2.1 Death determination in children - Shemie and Ortega-Deballon.- 2.2 Controlled donation after cardiac death (2 chapters).- 2.2.1 Controlled donation after cardiac death in pediatrics - Talati and Frader.- 2.2.2 Ethical and organizational challenges in controlled donation after cardiac death for children - Harrison.- 3.0 Emerging Technology.- 3.1 Ethical issues in pediatric bowel rehabilitation and small bowel transplantation - Fecteau.- 3.2 Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation (VCA) - Zlotnik Shaul, Wright, Flynn, Borschel, Hanson, and Zuker.- 3.3 Media management - Amaral and Feudtner.- 4.0 Allocating Organs.- 4.1Transplantation for pediatric foreign nationals - Fortin and Greenberg.- 4.2 Neurodevelopmental status as a criterion for solid organ transplant eligibility - Wightman, Diekema and Smith.- 5.0 Recipient Issues.-  5.1 Psychosocial aspects of pediatric organ transplantation - Derrington, Goldberg and Frader.- 5.2 Ethical issues in adolescents and transplantation - Goldberg and Fine.- Conclusion - Rodríguez-Arias, Greenberg, Goldberg.

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"This book is an important contribution to the literature both in pediatric transplantation and transplantation ethics. . it is certainly one that should be available in every pediatric center's library and available to all members of the various transplant programs." (R. B. Ettenger, American Journal of Transplantation, January, 2017)