Ethics of Organ Transplantation

The field of transplant ethics is a specialty within the practice of clinical ethics.  The goals of transplant ethics are to promote the integrity of transplant medicine, and the welfare of living donors and organ recipients.  Because organs are very scarce and a precious gift, transplant ethics aims for organ allocation to those with the capacity to benefit from it. There are many ethical dilemmas and complex situations that can arise during transplant and organ donation, Ethics assessment of fulminant patients, Transplantation for those who are uninsured or underinsured, Assessment of patients expressing ambivalence about pursuing transplant, Assessment of patients with compliance problems.

  • Organ distribution
  • Cadaveric organ donation
  • Living organ donation
  • Alternative organ sources

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