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Pediatric Heart Transplantation: Ethical Questions

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    Donation of the heart after asystole leads to questions about the point at which death is irreversible. Dr. Armand Antommaria, assistant professor in the division of pediatric inpatient medicine and an adjunct assistant professor in the division of medical ethics and humanities at the University of Utah School of Medicine, discusses the ways that pediatric cardiac transplant surgery may be pushing controversial organ-retrieval strategy beyond acceptable legal, moral, and ethical boundaries. Hosted by Dr. Maurice Pickard.

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    Donation of the heart after asystole leads to questions about the point at which death is irreversible. Dr. Armand Antommaria, assistant professor in the division of pediatric inpatient medicine and an adjunct assistant professor in the division of medical ethics and humanities at the University of Utah School of Medicine, discusses the ways that pediatric cardiac transplant surgery may be pushing controversial organ-retrieval strategy beyond acceptable legal, moral, and ethical boundaries. Hosted by Dr. Maurice Pickard.

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