The Gift of Life: The Reality Behind Donor Organ Retrieval – PDF

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  • The Gift of Life: The Reality Behind Donor Organ Retrieval
  • Traci Graf
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  • 09 June 2020
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Traci Graf ¾ 0 FREE DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¾ Traci Graf FREE DOWNLOAD The Gift of Life: The Reality Behind Donor Organ Retrieval 100 O be donated immediately upon death The transplant coordinator works to saves lives by finding and obtaining consent for as many organ donations as possibleIn The Gift of Life transplant coordinator Traci Graf recounts the stress drama and joy of working long hours dealing with emotionally distraught family members and overworked medical staff and the emotional toll of a job that means the difference between life and death for the recipientsPacked with riveting first person narrative The Gift of Life will appeal to anyone interested in modern medical practice and the lives and challenges faced by nurses and doctors who work to offer critically ill patients the gift of life thanks to donors' foresight and generosit. I really liked this book for teaching me about organ transplants in a way that was interesting So many books written by medical professionals fail in my opinion because the authors talk non stop about their personal lives when the readers want to know about their professions This book luckily is around 99% about transplants and what the life of a transplant specialist is like I learned so much and the writing was easy to understand

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Traci Graf ¾ 0 FREE DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¾ Traci Graf FREE DOWNLOAD The Gift of Life: The Reality Behind Donor Organ Retrieval 100 Iver or heart are failing But with barely 2 percent of critically ill patients suitable for organ donation the demand far exceeds the number of organs that become availableThe Gift of Life is about the remarkable world of organ transplant coordinators profiles of the men and women who locate and arrange for the donation of organs from those who are dying and wish to live on in others' bodies through this selfless gift Traci Graf tells the riveting story of this uniue and demanding branch of medicineTransplant coordinators review the medical files and charts on all patients whose condition is so severe that they are not expected to live Their task is to convince the patient or the patient's family to allow organs t. If you ever wondered what the organ donation process is all about read this book and stop believing lies on the internet This book gives you the facts not some backwards noncredible stuff on the internet why because it was written by a nurse yes a nurse not an organ donation lady or lady who harvests organs this was a nurse who was in the trenches putting forth lots of blood sweat and tears to give hope to others and save lives For the record organs are NOT HARVESTED they are RECOVERED Leave the term harvest to food not gifts of life I m speaking as a PROUD PROUD donor family member hoping to shed light on Organ Donation

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Traci Graf ¾ 0 FREE DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¾ Traci Graf FREE DOWNLOAD The Gift of Life: The Reality Behind Donor Organ Retrieval 100 Organ transplants are a very controversial and uniue area of medicine Those of us who work as Transplant Coordinators were freuently referred to by hospital staff as 'organ vultures' behind our backs but also many times within earshot I felt this reference to extremely ugly birds was unfair and short sighted I did say once in a while to a difficult staff person 'if your kid needed a transplant wouldn't you hope that someone was out there being as ethically aggressive about finding an organ as they can' That usually shut them up uickly from the ForewordOne of the miracles of modern medicine is the ability of surgeons to transplant organs Often it's the only way to save the life of a person whose own kidneys lungs l. I m three years post liver transplant and always wondered about what transpired behind the scenes to make a transplant happen This book answered those uestions She shared stories about memorable cases and explained everything in terms a non medical professional could easily understand You can follow the author on Facebook where she posts transplant related information on a regular basis Thank you Traci for writing this book and sharing about the vital role a Transplant Coordinator plays in the organ donation process