In order to bring positive changes in the United States's organ donor services, the governance committee has made certain recommendations. They were of the view that a detailed index need to be made, so that they assess the quality of kidneys that they receive from dead donors.
The best qualities of the kidneys are then said to be given to those patients, who are expected to live longest after the transplant. If no wrong then main contender of the above mentioned category will young patients.
Experts were happy to know about one of the new amendments. They were of the view that it will help people to remain free from first-come-first-served basis service. The next plan in the list of the authorities concerned is raise awareness on kidney donation.
Moreover, it has been found that public discussion on the same will also be initiated. "By providing long-lived organs to long-lived recipients, we prevent returns to the wait list, and by preventing returns to the wait list we actually make more organs available", said Dr. John J. Friedewald, who is heading the committee, which is amending the existing rules. It is expected that positive results will be found, and more number of people will be able to get kidneys.
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