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Nurses' 'lack of trust in diagnosis' presents barrier to organ donation


as an organ donor myself this article does concern me, i have little knowledge in the medical field and have put my faith into believing the higher consultants know best, if i could be of help to anyone 'when i am passed' then i think it is something for a very good cause, however i had not thought about the fact that nobody can be sure these patients can't feel pain, the idea that the patient may not be dead - well i' had hoped that the people who are responsible are so educated and knowledgeable in their position that they know and i trust their judgement... now this article has got me a bit nervous

Posted date

22 November, 2011

Posted time

5:44 pm