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Anales del Sistema Sanitario de Navarra

versión impresa ISSN 1137-6627


MARAVI-POMA, E. et al. Transplant coordination and logistics of intra and extra-hospital cadaver donor tissue. "The Pamplona Model": Sequence of tasks performed from 1992-2006. Anales Sis San Navarra [online]. 2006, vol.29, suppl.2, pp.45-62. ISSN 1137-6627.

Introduction. Tissue and organ donations are the only option for many patients. Cerebral death (CD) facilitates this approach. However, hospitals that do not provide CD donors have to adapt in order to obtain donors, referred to as tissue donors (TD), who have died from cardiac arrest. Objective. Is this paper it descripte the model for coordination and donation of intra and extra-hospital TD in the Autonomous Community of Navarra. It creats a program for detection, donation and extractions called the Pamplona Model, from 1992-2006. Material and methods. In 1990, a transplant team was created by an Intensive Medicine Physician of HVC, INML and SOS-Navarra. In 1996, VCH Transplant Coordination is defined as a reference centre for the Tissue Transplant Programme in the Autonomous Community of Navarra. Results. Consensus protocols for "intra and extra-hospital detection" of persons having died from cardiac arrest are developed: - Alerts from NHS-O hospitals, SOS-Navarra; judges and INML forensic pathologists. - Criteria for selection, search and contacts with relatives. - Alert serology, extraction and transport teams. - Logistics and distribution of tissue. - Agreed incentives: Economic, administrative and relevant regulations. Conclusions. The Pamplona Model, with the Virgen Del Camino hospital has made important contributions and is unique in the world. Intra and extra-hospital coordination of cadaver donor from a referred hospital, it is a scientific and organizational advance to have in it counts for the creation of extraction and transplant tissues teams.

Palabras clave : Transplant; Donor; Corpse; Coordination; Tissue.

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