Transplants in Equator


Authors: Julia, Inés, Borja, Juan, Adrián and Diego.

Introduction

Ware the group B+Julia and Diego.

We are going to talk about the transplants in Equator.

We must talk about the must common,the population that do transplants in the last years.



Date Population M. Population F. Population Population density

2013 15,737,878 7,868,368 7,869,510 61

2012 15,492,264 7,747,331 7,744,933 60

2011 15,246,481 7,626,224 7,620,257 59

2010 15,001,072 7,505,325 7,495,747 59

2009 14,756,424 7,384,825 7,371,599 58

2008 14,512,402 7,264,641 7,247,761 57

2007 14,268,397 7,144,446 7,123,951 56

2006 14,023,503 7,023,759 6,999,744 55

2005 13,777,131 6,902,260 6,874,871 54

2004 13,529,091 6,779,846 6,749,245 53

2003 13,279,806 6,656,723 6,623,083 52

2002 13,030,041 6,533,254 6,496,787 51

2001 12,780,869 6,409,957 6,370,912 50

2000 12,533,087 6,287,216 6,245,871 49

1999 12,286,995 6,165,173 6,121,822 48

1998 12,042,454 6,043,759 5,998,695 47

1997 11,799,289 5,922,893 5,876,396 42

1996 11,557,151 5,802,412 5,754,739 41

1995 11,315,800 5,682,208 5,633,592 40

1994 11,075,454 5,562,392 5,513,062 39

1993 10,836,327 5,443,074 5,393,253 38

1992 10,598,168 5,324,137 5,274,031 37

1991 10,360,630 5,205,419 5,155,211 37

1990 10,123,593 5,086,871 5,036,722 36

1989 9,886,866 4,968,396 4,918,470 35

1988 9,650,906 4,850,227 4,800,679 34

1987 9,417,031 4,733,046 4,683,985 33

1986 9,186,995 4,617,756 4,569,239 32

1985 8,962,049 4,505,001 4,457,048 32

1984 8,742,761 4,395,079 4,347,682 31

1983 8,528,791 4,287,810 4,240,981 30

1982 8,319,351 4,182,759 4,136,592 29

1981 8,113,200 4,079,246 4,033,954 29

1980 7,909,432 3,976,778 3,932,654 28

1979 7,707,895 3,875,266 3,832,629 27

1978 7,508,899 3,774,883 3,734,016 26

1977 7,312,553 3,675,714 3,636,839 26

1976 7,119,087 3,577,918 3,541,169 25

1975 6,928,694 3,481,626 3,447,068 24

1974 6,741,417 3,386,871 3,354,546 24

1973 6,557,257 3,293,649 3,263,608 23

1972 6,376,333 3,202,024 3,174,309 22

1971 6,198,787 3,112,065 3,086,722 22

1970 6,024,764 3,023,846 3,000,918 21

1969 5,854,337 2,937,409 2,916,928 21

1968 5,687,634 2,852,827 2,834,807 20

1967 5,524,930 2,770,242 2,754,688 19

1966 5,366,554 2,689,824 2,676,730 19

1965 5,212,760 2,611,705 2,601,055 18

1964 5,063,645 2,535,936 2,527,709 18

1963 4,919,224 2,462,528 2,456,696 17

1962 4,779,559 2,391,518 2,388,041 17

1961 4,644,682 2,322,931 2,321,751 16

1960 4,514,593 2,256,772 2,257,822


The Ecuadorian assembly, with almost unanimous votes, approved this morning the Organic Law on Donation and Transplantation of organs, tissues, and cells.


According to the 29 constitution article: Ecuadorians and foreigners’ legal residents in the country, over 18 years old, become organ donors as soon as they die, unless they have expressed during their life their contrary wish in one of the following ways:


a) Expressing their refusal to donate organs, tissues or cells of their body for later implantation in living humans or for researches.


b) Restricting in a specific way their affirmative will grant of organs, tissues, or cells.


Now the expression of will for the donation will be stated in the identity card or in an identification document.

The refusal of people to be donors cannot be used as an element of discrimination by any authority, person or media.


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Organ transplantation is the moving of an organ from one body to another or from a donor site to another location on the patient's own body, to replace the recipient's damaged or absent organ. The emerging field of regenerative medicine is allowing scientists and engineers to create organs to be re-grown from the patient's own cells (stem cells, or cells extracted from the failing organs). Organs and/or tissues that are transplanted within the same person's body are called autografts. Transplants that are recently performed between two subjects of the same species are called allografts. Allografts can either be from a living or cadaveric source.


Organs that can be transplanted are the heart, kidneys, liver, lungs, pancreas, intestine, and thymus. Tissues include bones, tendons (both referred to as musculoskeletal grafts), cornea, skin, heart valves, nerves and veins. Worldwide, the kidneys are the most commonly transplanted organs, followed by the liver and then the heart. Cornea and musculoskeletal grafts are the most commonly transplanted tissues; these outnumber organ transplants by more than tenfold

Organ donors may be living, brain dead, or dead via circulatory death.Tissue may be recovered from donors who die of circulatory death, as well  of brain death – up to 24 hours past the cessation of heartbeat. Unlike organs, most tissues (with the exception of corneas) can be preserved and stored for up to five years, meaning they can be "banked". Transplantation raises a number of bioethical issues, including the definition of death, when and how consent should be given for an organ to be transplanted, and payment for organs for transplantation. Other ethical issues include transplantation tourism and more broadly the socio-economic context in which organ procurement or transplantation may occur. A particular problem is organ trafficking. Some organs, such as the brain, cannot be transplanted.


Transplantation medicine is one of the most challenging and complex areas of modern medicine. Some of the key areas for medical management are the problems of transplant rejection, during which the body has an immune response to the transplanted organ, possibly leading to transplant failure and the need to immediately remove the organ from the recipient. When possible, transplant rejection can be reduced through serotyping to determine the most appropriate donor-recipient match and through the use of immunosuppressant drugs.[5]Yes, Ecuador, German surgeons have specialized in liver transplants.

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Years from 1987 a 2002: 98 transplants

Year 2003: 25 transplants

Year 2004: 46 transplants

Year 2005: 24 transplants

Year 2006: 19 transplants

Year 2007: 20 transplants

Year 2008: 23 transplants

Year 2009: 20 transplants

Year 2010: 90 transplants

Year 2011: 60 transplants

Year 2012: 56 transplants


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Interviews.


Do you had any transplants in your life?

Do you donate blood or any part of the body?

This is the person that invented the transplants in Equator.

This is the person that does the first successful transplants in the world.


Conclusion

Our conclusion is that transplants can save lives,they can put in your body more blood because you need it but have to be the same type of blood and can save you of serious diseases.You can be live donor that is when you are live and you can be a death donor but you can't donate all the organs for example the heart.

"I  think that it is important to emphasise  because transplantation is important,"

"There are people out there who need organs and their lives , can be lengthened and improved."

Our conclusion is that if you donate organs or tissues you save persons and give thanks to the nurses and all the persons that they  give organs or tissue.

That it services to the person ill  but you don't be good for your live.