Organ transplantation and chronic disturbances in the health condition of the population – challenges and perspectives

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Przeszczepianie narządów i chroniczne zaburzenia stanu zdrowia populacji – wyzwania i perspektywy

Organ transplantation and chronic disturbances in the health condition of the population – challenges and perspectives

ARZU KADER HARMANCI SEREN (a)

(a) PhD, RN, Assoc. Professor, Department of Nursing Management, Hamidiye Faculty of Nursing, University of Health Sciences, Istanbul / Turkey

ISSN: 2451-1846

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21784/IwP.2020.024

Abstract:
End-stage organ failure cases are increasing around the World. Especially chronic kidney failure has been becoming a worldwide epidemic. Although available medical technology and human health resources capacity is enough to transplant organs and tissues to patients diagnosed with end-stage organ fail-ure, many people cannot access the transplantation services because of eco-nomic reasons and organ shortage. Thus, health care professionals should fo-cus on preventing chronic organ failures besides increasing the organ donor pool.

Keywords:
organ failure; organ transplantation; organ donation; preventive health programs; preventative medicine

Streszczenie
Na całym świecie rośnie liczba przypadków końcowej niewydolności narządów. Szczególnie przewlekła niewydolność nerek staje się ogólnoświatową epidemią. Chociaż dostępna technologia medyczna i zasoby ludzkie wystarcza-ją do przeszczepu narządów i tkanek pacjentom, u których zdiagnozowano schyłkową niewydolność narządów, wiele osób nie może uzyskać dostępu do usług transplantacyjnych z powodów ekonomicznych i niedoboru narządów. Dlatego pracownicy służby zdrowia powinni skupić się na zapobieganiu przewlekłej niewydolności narządów, a nie tylko na zwiększaniu puli dawców narządów.

Słowa kluczowe:
niewydolność narządów; przeszczepianie narządów; dawstwo narządów; profilaktyczne programy zdrowotne; medycyna zapobiegawcza

 

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