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Estimating Potential Cadaveric Organ Donors for Canada and it Provinces, 1992 to 1998

This report examines how national databases on hospital deaths can be used to measure cadaveric organ donation activity in Canada. Cadaveric organ donation has been traditionally measured in terms of rates of donors per million population, an internationally used standard. The benefit of a rate based on potential donors is that it is a way of estimating how actual donation compares to the maximum rate possible if all donors had been identified and 100% consent had been obtained.

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Estimating Potential Cadaveric Organ Donors for Canada and it Provinces, 1992 to 1998
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