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This type of organ donor has NOT been declared brain dead, but has a non-recoverable injury.
Organs from these pts may not be used if it takes longer than _____ to procure organs.
non-heart beating; 1 hour
What organs are typically procured from a heart-beating donor (6)?
kidneys; liver; pancreas; intestine; heart; lungs
Why would pts on beta-blockers maybe not have VS changes with pain?
VS changes with pain is due to SNS stimulation (beta-blockers block SNS)
Give 3 exclusions for organ donation.
IV drugs w/i last year; transmissible disease; sepsis
What are the only organs that can be procured from a non-heart beating donor (4)?
liver; lung; kidney; pancreas
When caring for pt with organ procurement, what must the hematocrit be kept at?
What should the BP and temp of a pt awaiting organ procurement be?
above 90mmHg; between 35-38.9 C (95-102 F)
After procedural sedation, VS should be within ____% of pts admission vitals
How long can the effects of choral hydrate last?
up to 20 hours
How long after death can bone donation be delayed?
up to 10 hours
How long after death can heart-valve donation be delayed?
How long after death can skin/cornea donation be delayed?
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