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Revista Médica La Paz

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JAIMES CADENA, Marlon Orlando; IBANEZ, Luis Alberto  y  BURGOS PORTILLO, Roxana Bernardet. CADAVERIC DONOR IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION: A CHALLENGE TO STOP BEING NO CURRENT. Rev. Méd. La Paz [online]. 2011, vol.17, n.1, pp. 31-37. ISSN 1726-8958.

Introduction. Fifty seven years have elapsed from the first successful kidney transplant in the world, in 1954. In Bolivia was made in November 1979 by Dr. Nestor Orihuela Montero. In order to do a deceased donor transplant is needed Identification or potential organ donors with brain death, who must meet clinical criteria for certifying this state, as identified in Annex B to Regulation 24671 of Transplant Law Renal. Case report: The brain-dead donor was a 56 year old male patient with no history of renal damage prior nephrology. Of the 5 potential recipients were chosen 2 according to best result in HLA and cross match, the first one male of 29 years and the second female of 32 years. In the above procedure will meet all of the steps outlined in the existing standard. Discussion and conclusions: There are problems of administrative and legal nature must be overcome for the following procedures. On the other hand should ensure the provision of inputs, technology and others for the realization of renal transplantation in all its forms including that of deceased donor.

Palabras clave : Renal transplantation; cadaveric donors; brain death.

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