1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background of the Issue This report is written to examine the effect of organ donation/sale among the people as there has been a number of issue which bring to the community because not all of them could accept organ donation/sale which may touch to their religion and culture. In this research project, the report would be intended to analyse the pros and cons of organ donation/sale. Organ donation is the process of providing people of biological tissue or organ of the human body (The Pros and Cons n.d). Organs for organ donation are removed from the deceased or living donor for transplantation purposes through a surgical procedure known as allotransplantations , defined as same species to species transplant(The
We should not be against the sale of human organs we should legalize it. The lives of our loved ones should not be wasted, they should be saved. There are lot of people that are in need of a lifesaving organ, but the waiting list is too long. With the legalization of the sale of human organs lot of lives will be saved. Everybody will benefit the patient will get the new organ and the donor will also get something
As a contemporary debate, people and/or their family sometimes can be indifferent on donating their/family members ' organs. This persuasion is an ongoing issue since organ donation is used on survival of humans as the medicine knowledge of humanity increases. Organ donation is much likely linked to social psychology 's topics. As we would like to run a campaign to convince people, elaboration likelihood model (ELM) is going to be a really helpful theory on persuasion towards organ donation. The Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM) of persuasion is a dual process theory describing how attitudes form and change.
Organ donation is a choice. Some people want to be buried with all their organs intact like God gave them, while others feel at an obligation to save lives if they can. Organ donation has much controversy over the years. I argue that organ donning is ethical to helping those who are in need of a donation, however that is if they are truly declared dead after a conclusion of many tests. Even though they may be considered brain dead, the help of life support still keeps their heart beating through the ventilation.
In the United States alone, 19 people die every day waiting on an organ transplant that could have saved their lives. The only solution to this problem is getting more drivers registered as organ donors. It has been proposed that the states automatically register their drivers as donors and it is up to the drivers to go through the procedure of opting out if that is what they wish. I agree with this proposal because you still have the freedom to make your choice but most people would not want to go through the process of opting out, so the number of organ donors would be greatly increased. If I was introducing this topic to an audience who knew nothing about it, I would start with explaining what organ donors do.
Some patients fail to realise that this step is necessary for the doctor to make an accurate diagnosis. Another reason why so many people praise the biopsychosocial model is because it allows the doctor and patient to work as a team when discussing outcome and treatment options. However, this can also be quite difficult for a physician if a patient decides against a treatment option which the doctor feels is best. At the end of the day, doctors are only human and it
Euthanasia has been a highly debated topic in the past few years. Normally, people would want to die painlessly but not everyone is fortunate enough to depart with minimal pain. Even in their last minutes of their life, they struggle towards their end with unbearable pain, torture and discomfort. This is where the thought of euthanasia arises one’s mind. Euthanasia is the medication given to the victim to reduce their pain and help them die peacefully.
Problem The main cause of death in the US is heart disease. According to World Health Organization (WHO), there have been problems regarding heart disease circulating in low-income and average-income countries, because these societies lack medical services and technologies. Once a human develops a severe heart disease, he or she will need a heart transplant, and this will require a donor. However, since there are minimal donors every time a transplant is needed, some patients have to wait for the perfect donor for them. In this case, many people have died waiting.
Because of EMTALA patients will no longer be turned away for economical reasons. They will be attended to with medical screening and examinations no matter the condition. Patient dumping" became an issue when so many unstable people were turned away or transferred started to have more difficulties with their health condition because they were not attended to on the spot at the time. Many hospitals participated in this practice and it was only endangering the patient’s health and life. The purpose of health care is to meet the medical needs and the safety and well being of a
The big problem about blood donations is that most people do not realize how important donating blood is until someone they know needs blood. I’d like to encourage everyone to help in this process. There are other ways to help other than by giving blood. You can either become a certified phlebotomists, start a blood donation event, or help in recruitment. I believe God gives us the power to impact people’s lives and this is a perfect opportunity to lead people to Christ.