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Transplantation. 2014 Feb 15;97(3):265-70. doi: 10.1097/01.TP.0000438630.13967.c0.

Summary of the British Transplantation Society guidelines for transplantation from donors after deceased circulatory death.

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1 Chair of BTS Standards Committee and Consultant Nephrologist, SW Thames Renal & Transplantation Unit, Surrey, UK. 2 Lead Nurse Living Donation, NHS Blood and Transplant, Hertfordshire, UK. 3 Professor of Transplantation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne and Newcastle NHS Trust, UK. 4 Address correspondence to: Dr. Peter A Andrews, Consultant Nephrologist & Clinical Director, SW Thames Renal & Transplantation Unit, St Helier Hospital, Surrey SM5 1AA, UK.

Abstract

The second edition of the British Transplantation Society Guidelines for Transplantation from Donors after Deceased Circulatory Death was published in June 2013. The guideline has been extensively revised since the previous edition in 2004 and has used the GRADE system to rate the strength of evidence and recommendations. This article summarizes the Statements of Recommendation contained in the guideline, which provide a framework for transplantation after deceased circulatory death in the U.K. and may be of wide international interest. It is recommended that the full guideline document is consulted for details of the relevant references and evidence base. This may be accessed at: http://www.bts.org.uk/MBR/Clinical/Guidelines/Current/Member/Clinical/Current_Guidelines.aspx.

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