The role of transplant coordinator: conversation with the family of a potential donor

S.I. Andreiev, P.S. Andreiev


The article presents the main principles of dialoguing with the family of a transplant donor; attention is paid to the key points that ensure the highest number of consents to the explantation of organs and tissues.


transplantation; donor; recipient


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