LEGAL ISSUES ORGAN       TRANSPLANT    BRAIN STEM DEATHIDENTIFICATION, SCREENING    AND CERTIFICATION         Sandipan Dhar
THE TRANSPLANTATION OF HUMAN         ORGANS ACT, 1994Regulates removal,storage and transplantation for  therapyPrevention ...
THOA 1994     (Transplantation of Human Organ Act)    1994 -      Indian Parliament    1995 -      Maharashtra Governmen...
THOA 1994Defined: Brain death Donor Human organ Near relatives Hospital Payment etc.
To implement THOA the Government had to   Regulate living kidney donation    programme.   Promote cadaver transplant pro...
THOA Authority for removal of human organs  before and after death Preservation of organs. Regulations of Hospital Reg...
Authorization sec.9   State Appropriate Authority   Authorization Committee
As per the Act Govt. of Maharashtra                 appointed State Appropriate Authority – DHS dealing  with Cadaver Tra...
State Appropriate Authority                (SAA) Grants registration Renews ,suspends,cancels registration Enforces sta...
OFFENCES AND PENALTIES   Removal without authority    Imprisonment upto 5 yrs and fine upto Rs.    10,000,information to ...
BRAIN STEM DEATH   Single largest source of transplantable organs.   Physiological core of brain death.   Diagnosis by ...
PRECONDITIONS Deeply comatose. On a ventilator in ICU. Known cause of coma. All remedial measures taken.
EXCLUSIONS All reversible causes. Primary hypothermia < 35 degrees C. Drugs – intoxication , sedation , poisoning. Neu...
WHEN ARE THE TESTS DONE? Preconditions and exclusion criteria  satisfied. Failed attempts at reversal. At least 12 hour...
WHAT ARE THE     CONFIRMATORY TESTS?   Absent brain stem reflexes.   Apnoea test.
RETESTING   Test twice with 6 hours gap.   Ensure persistance of non-functioning brain stem.   Time gap utilised for co...
IDENTIFICATION OF BSD   Location :- patient in ICU on ventilator.   Who identifies first ?
SCREENING POTENTIAL              DONORS    All BSD not eligible for organ donation.    Donor criteria :-1.   Age 3 – 65 ...
CONTINUED8. Normal LFT - liver.9. Pancreas – no evidence of DM or abnormal  pancreatic function.10. Lungs and heart – no v...
UNACCEPTABLE ORGAN           DONOR History of trauma or diseased organs. Long standing DM , HT , CV. Malignancy. Untre...
MANAGEMENT OF          CADAVER DONOR   Complicated challenge.   Maintain SBP > 90 mm of Hg.   CVP 8 – 12 cm of H2O.   ...
WHO TESTS AND CERTIFIES?    BSD declaration by an authorised team –     independent of transplant team.    Authorised te...
ORGAN DONATION Kidneys. Liver. Pancreas. Intestine. Lungs. Heart. Limbs. Eyes and skin ( tissue ).
CONCLUSIONPotential organ donors should be :-1. BSD certified.2. Eligible.3. In ICU.4. Well maintained on ventilator.
Heart valves    Dura materBlood vessels           SkinBone, ligaments,   tendons,  fascia lata,   cartilage
Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification
Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification
Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification
Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification
Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification
Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification
Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification
Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification
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Legal issues organ transplant, brain stem death identification, screening and certification

  1. 1. LEGAL ISSUES ORGAN TRANSPLANT BRAIN STEM DEATHIDENTIFICATION, SCREENING AND CERTIFICATION Sandipan Dhar
  2. 2. THE TRANSPLANTATION OF HUMAN ORGANS ACT, 1994Regulates removal,storage and transplantation for therapyPrevention of commercial human organ dealing
  3. 3. THOA 1994 (Transplantation of Human Organ Act) 1994 - Indian Parliament 1995 - Maharashtra Government1. Brain Stem death was legally recognized2. Commercialization of transplant punishable crime.
  4. 4. THOA 1994Defined: Brain death Donor Human organ Near relatives Hospital Payment etc.
  5. 5. To implement THOA the Government had to Regulate living kidney donation programme. Promote cadaver transplant programme.
  6. 6. THOA Authority for removal of human organs before and after death Preservation of organs. Regulations of Hospital Registration of Hospitals Offences and penalties
  7. 7. Authorization sec.9 State Appropriate Authority Authorization Committee
  8. 8. As per the Act Govt. of Maharashtra appointed State Appropriate Authority – DHS dealing with Cadaver Transplant Programme State Authorisation Committee consisting of DMER Dean J. J. Hospital Representative from DHSDealing with living donation
  9. 9. State Appropriate Authority (SAA) Grants registration Renews ,suspends,cancels registration Enforces standards in hospitals Recognizes brain death committee of each hospital. Investigates complaints Periodic inspection of hospitals
  10. 10. OFFENCES AND PENALTIES Removal without authority Imprisonment upto 5 yrs and fine upto Rs. 10,000,information to Medical Council Commercial dealing Imprisonment 2 -7 yrs and fine Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 20,000
  11. 11. BRAIN STEM DEATH Single largest source of transplantable organs. Physiological core of brain death. Diagnosis by clinical bedside means. No sophisticated investigations. 3 Steps – UK code. preconditions exclude reversible causes apnoea
  12. 12. PRECONDITIONS Deeply comatose. On a ventilator in ICU. Known cause of coma. All remedial measures taken.
  13. 13. EXCLUSIONS All reversible causes. Primary hypothermia < 35 degrees C. Drugs – intoxication , sedation , poisoning. Neuro muscular blocking agents – muscle relaxants. Severe metabolic and endocrine disturbance – hepatic , uraemic , diabetic coma.
  14. 14. WHEN ARE THE TESTS DONE? Preconditions and exclusion criteria satisfied. Failed attempts at reversal. At least 12 hours of vigorous management after admission.
  15. 15. WHAT ARE THE CONFIRMATORY TESTS? Absent brain stem reflexes. Apnoea test.
  16. 16. RETESTING Test twice with 6 hours gap. Ensure persistance of non-functioning brain stem. Time gap utilised for counselling. Cardiac death usually within 72 hours of brain stem death. After second apnoea test inform relatives about death and use of ventilator for organ perfusion only. Time of death is time of second apnoea test. Until family accepts reality of death do not approach for organ donation.
  17. 17. IDENTIFICATION OF BSD Location :- patient in ICU on ventilator. Who identifies first ?
  18. 18. SCREENING POTENTIAL DONORS All BSD not eligible for organ donation. Donor criteria :-1. Age 3 – 65 years.2. No long standing HT , DM , IV drug abuse , malignancy.3. No primary organ disease or trauma.4. Avoid occult sepsis – drowning , burns , more than 7 days indwelling catheter.5. Negative viral markers.6. For kidneys – no acute / chronic renal failure, urinary tract infection.
  19. 19. CONTINUED8. Normal LFT - liver.9. Pancreas – no evidence of DM or abnormal pancreatic function.10. Lungs and heart – no visible infiltrate / trauma to chest , normal ECG and cardiac function , sputum negative gram stain , dopamine less than 10 mcg/kg/min.
  20. 20. UNACCEPTABLE ORGAN DONOR History of trauma or diseased organs. Long standing DM , HT , CV. Malignancy. Untreated systemic bacterial , viral , fungal infection. Prolonged hypotension , asystole.
  21. 21. MANAGEMENT OF CADAVER DONOR Complicated challenge. Maintain SBP > 90 mm of Hg. CVP 8 – 12 cm of H2O. UO 40 – 80 ml/hr. Body temp. > 35 degree C. PaO2 > 100, pCO2 = 35 mm, pH > 7.2 Correct hypotension with IV fluids, dopamine/dobutamine/adrenaline. Keep electrolyte balance.
  22. 22. WHO TESTS AND CERTIFIES? BSD declaration by an authorised team – independent of transplant team. Authorised team :-1. Treating doctor.2. Authorised specialist.3. Neurosurgeon/neurophysician.4. Medical administrator. Independent testing by all members twice.
  23. 23. ORGAN DONATION Kidneys. Liver. Pancreas. Intestine. Lungs. Heart. Limbs. Eyes and skin ( tissue ).
  24. 24. CONCLUSIONPotential organ donors should be :-1. BSD certified.2. Eligible.3. In ICU.4. Well maintained on ventilator.
  25. 25. Heart valves Dura materBlood vessels SkinBone, ligaments, tendons, fascia lata, cartilage

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