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1. There are many organs and tissues that can be donated. Which one of the following is classified a tissue (not organ) that can be transplanted?
2. Around the time of death, what is the main procedural difference between organ and tissue donation?
3. True or False: In most jurisdictions, only the donor can give consent for organ and tissue donation.
4. Traditionally, a person must be 'brain dead' before they can donate organs. What would be one certain way to determine brain death?
5. Does consent for organ and tissue donation have to be obtained before the patient dies?
6. Once consent is obtained for organ and tissue donation, can the patient donate all organs and tissues?
7. As well as consent and a medical history what else is required before donation can occur?
8. What benefits do the family receive for donating organs and tissues?
9. In some circumstances, patients can donate tissue whilst still living. In these cases which organs and tissues, from the list below, could be donated by living patients?
10. When a person consents to organ and tissue donation, how many patients may, at most, gain better health and in some cases life from receiving a transplant?
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