My Organs Could Be Your Organs In today’s world, we often think about all the shortages that are experienced around the world. When people think about shortages they immediately think of a shortage of food, clean water and proper medical care. After reading the article “The Meat Market” by Alex Tabarrok, it has come to my attention that most people overlook one of the largest shortages, human organs available for transplants. With all the medical advances today, it is more important than ever that people become educated on the importance of becoming organ donors. In brief, most organs available for transplant today come from donors who are declared brain dead and have identified themselves as organ donors.
Birth and death is just a cycle for us, to give and take our life, so it could be over. Death is not something we should fear because people will all die. When we are alive, we are not dead, yet when we are dead, we are not aware of anything. It’s a brief transition between life and death that death poses an issue. Death is the price citizens pay for the enjoyment of love between man and woman and also love between parent and child.
They will share their feelings and concerns about their children in their care and my also share their feelings about their role. I need to communicate information about the setting or children’s needs. Not forgetting, I will get calls from other companies wanting to do business with mine from recruitment consultants to wed developers. They communication needs to be addressed ensuring they understand the words “not interested”. So effective communication is by the means to deliver and receive a message that both needs to understand for the communication to be effective.
ORGAN DONATION How do you feel when you have to wait for something you really, really want? What if it was something you couldn’t live without? People around the world but also right here in México need organ transplants and they need our help. The problem is that there is a lack of organs and organ donors who make organ transplantation possible. The need is many organs and tissues such as the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, pancreas, corneas, bone, skin, heart valves, and blood vessels You can choose to donate any needed organs or you can specify which organs or tissues you wish to donate.
Last school year I donated blood for one of the high school’s blood drives. In the process of donating blood they took my phone number and other information so if there was a need for my blood type they would be able to call me and ask for future donations. Since then I have received multiple calls from the blood donation center, stating that they have a shortage of blood supply and stressing how it’s a critical issue for the local hospital. Until then, I never really thought much about this issue because you don’t see a lack of blood supply as a story on the news. However, it did get me thinking and I started to wonder what would happen if no one was donating blood.
However, many of the heart surgeries performed each year are unnecessary procedures that could be putting the patients' lives at greater risk. "(W)hen faced with heart disease, doctors recommend a bypass. By so doing, we think, they bypass the real problem. Bypasses are the single most commonly performed unnecessary surgery in the country," write Dr. Mark Hyman and Dr. Mark Liponis in Ultraprevention. In fact, according to Burton Goldberg, author of Heart Disease, most coronary artery bypass
1. However there are cons to making organ donation mandatory after a person has passed away. The main points being that using a dead person’s organ would most likely cause hassle and stress towards the deceased family. Also making it mandatory gives no free choice to the family regarding whether or not they are okay with the organ donation and it might have not been okay with the dead person. Another drawback that some families may face when a loved one donates their organs after death is the possible extended wait time for the funeral.
Etach1 Lior Yamit Etach Prof. Ellie Mack English 1301 October 9, 2012 Should we be allowed to sell our organs? Every day people ask themselves whether selling organs should be made illegal. We see every week, professors, doctors, scientists and politicians who bring us new facts on the number of people waiting for organ donation, hundreds of patients who die each month as they have not found a suitable donor. And up again the focus of debate whether the sale of organs should be legal persists. While reading many articles I found that some people think organ sales should to allowed to boost the supply of organs to solve the national shortage, they say it would end the existing black market trade in organs and will make it safer for people to donate.
Surgeons regularly perform successful organ transplants but the extent of their work is restricted by a lack of available organs from volunteer donors. Describe two arguments for and two against the compulsory donation of organs to hospitals.  In this essay I will write about two arguments for and against organ donation being compulsory. This is an area subject to a lot of controversy and will seek to make it a balanced essay. The first argument for organ donation is that there is an ever growing number of people who need an organ transplant in order to continue there lives, with this number being over 8000 in the United Kingdom alone, this is a staggering number and more should be done to help these people, as you would expect the same, were you in that person.
After we have completed our decision, then we can evaluate our decision. Make sure it is working in our best interest. One of the biggest decisions I was faced with was to either quit or stay and suffer health wise at a job. At the time, I was a district manager for a chain of convenient stores in Oklahoma; my career caused excessive stress on my body where I could not eat or sleep. Finally, I decided to go to the doctor and find out what the problem was.