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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: [profile Of Effective Donors From Organ And Tissue Procurement Services].
Author: Rodrigues, Simey de Lima Lopes
Ferraz Neto, Jose Ben-Hur de Escobar
Sardinha, Luiz Antonio da Costa
Araujo, Sebastião
Zambelli, Helder Jose Lessa
Boin, Ilka de Fátima Santana Ferreira
Athayde, Maria Valeria de Omena
Montone, Eliete Bombarda Bachega
Panunto, Marcia Raquel
Abstract: To characterize the profile of effective organ and tissue donors and to understand which organs and tissues were donated for transplantation. This was a quantitative, descriptive, exploratory, retrospective study that analyzed clinical data from 305 donors between January 2006 to December 2010. The data were then analyzed using descriptive analyses, generating frequency tables, measures of position (mean, minimum and maximum) and measures of dispersion (standard deviation) for data that was social and clinical in nature. There was an overall predominance of white (72%) and male (55%) individuals between the ages of 41 and 60 years (44%). The primary cause of brain death was cerebrovascular accident (55%). In the patient history, 31% of the patients were classified as overweight, 27% as hypertensive and only 4.3% as having diabetes mellitus. Vasoactive drugs were used in 92.7% of the donors, and the main drug of choice was noradrenaline (81.6%). Hyperglycemia and hypernatremia were diagnosed in 78% and 71% of the donors, respectively. Significant hemodynamic changes were found, and the results indicate that the use of vasoactive drugs was the main strategy used to control these changes. Furthermore, most donors presented with hyperglycemia and hypernatremia, which were frequently reported in association with brain death. The persistent nature of these findings suggests that the organ donors were inadequately maintained.
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Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24770685
Date Issue: -1-Uns- -1
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