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Organ Donation

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Shahad Ayoub

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Transcript of Organ Donation

Organ donation , a circle of life (video)
History of organ donation
Transplants and experiments timeline (1902-1980's).
The American Foundation for Donation and Transplantation.
Islam's view about organ donation
Islam’s Agreement.
Two types of organ donation in Islam.
Islam's laws in donating organs.
Eligibility for Donating Organs
Organs and tissues that can be donated and the uses of them
Tissues & their uses
Organs & their uses
Types of organ donation
After stem brain death
After cardiac death
Live organ donation
Need of organ donors
Organs available remained static
Few people join the donation
People dying in unsuitable condition for donating
Advantages & disadvantages of organ donation
Saves lives
Economic benefits

Bad Side Effects
Unsuccessful transplants
Organ Donation
Successful stories
Successful transplant between identical twins (1954).
Successful kidney transplant in UAE (2013)

Figure 1: Organ donation timeline
Figure 2: A verse from Quran
Figure 7: Small intestine
Figure 8: Brain stem death
Figure 9: Be a donor
Figure 10: One organ can save 8 lives
Figure 11:Ronald & Richard Herrick
Figure 12: Sheikh Nahyan with Lateefa "the recipient"
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Donate Life North Carolina. (n.d.). What organs and tissues can be donated and how are they
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Organ donation is the gift of one’s body parts,for the use of saving other’s life.

Figure 6: Cornea Transplant
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