Principles for allocation of cadaver organs to transplant recipients and coordinating procedures in Spain

  • B. Miranda
  • J. M. González-Posada
Part of the Transplantation and Clinical Immunology book series (TRAC, volume 30)


The donation/transplantation process is a complex one involving various steps [1]. Organ allocation to transplant recipients is one of them and, as in the whole process, it is essential to maintain efficiency, equity and transparency for society, and technical credibility for health professionals and administrators.


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  • B. Miranda
  • J. M. González-Posada

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