Organ Donation for Consideration: An Indian View Point
No universal yardstick can be used to determine the modality of treatment a patient with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) is likely to get. Two major criteria eventually decide the fate of that patient, and both have little to do with actual medical practice:
The part of the world the patient happens to be born in
The extent of his wealth
KeywordsGraft Survival Organ Donation Live Donor Transplantation Maintenance Hemodialysis Graft Survival Rate
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