High risk organ donations

High risk organ donations; Birmingham: Queen Elizabeth Hospital: INT Set-up shots and interview with Professor James Neuberger (Associate Medical Director, NHS Blood & Transplant) SOT - if you've got a liver patient who is ill but not in immediate risk of dying, you may decide not to take a risk from an organ donor with a risk of cancer whereas if you have someone who is going to die from acute liver failure within 24 hours you'd almost take anything because 5% risk balanced against 95% chance of being dead before next organ comes along, the answer is straightforward Anonymous shots of patients in hospital waiting area, legs along corridor Sign on wall for smoking shelters Anonymous shot of people's legs and wheelchair along corridor


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Date created: January 21, 2014
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