Chapter 1 Chairman's commencing feedback (pages 1–5): Lord Kilbrandon
Chapter 2 Transplantation: The medical challenge (pages 6–23): M. F. A. Woodruff
Chapter three An Old?Established strategy: the advance of Blood Transfusion (pages 24–42): G. E. W. Wolstenholme
Chapter four A lately tested technique: Corneal Transplantation (pages 43–53): P. V. Rycroft
Chapter five Organ Transplantation: the sensible percentages (pages 54–77): Joseph E. Murray
Chapter 6 Transplantation: present felony Constraints (pages 78–103): David W. Louisell
Chapter 7 a few moral and monetary difficulties linked to Intermittent Haemodialysis (pages 104–125): H. E. de Wardener
Chapter eight difficulties of Ethics in terms of Haemo?Dialysis and Transplantation (pages 126–133): G. E. Schreiner
Chapter nine a few common concerns (pages 134–138): J. Hamburger
Chapter 10 moral difficulties in clinical techniques in Sweden (pages 139–148): G. B. Giertz
Chapter eleven moral difficulties in scientific strategies (pages 149–170): Sir Robert Platt
Chapter 12 Outlines of a laws on Transplantation (pages 171–187): R. Cortesini
Chapter thirteen Transplantation: Acceptability of methods and the mandatory criminal Sanctions (pages 188–211): David Daube
Chapter 14 Chairman's ultimate comments (pages 212–215): Lord Kilbrandon
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I think that is the law. Should the blood be considered a product for sale and should there be any “difficulty” with the blood, it would be a matter then of warranty. It has been held, according to our statute, that the law of warranty does not apply in this area. The hospitals are in existence to render a service and the transfusion of blood is a part of that service, Blood is not a product for sale. DEVELOPMENT O F BLOOD TRANSFUSION 37 Schreiner: Two different kinds of charges are made. In one system, run by the International Red Cross, all the blood is obtained from volunteer donors and distributed from central Red Cross banks to private hospitals.
26. FULLER, THOMAS. Gnomologia,No. 2560. (1945). Br. , 1,619623. 27. OGILVIE, 28. MOLLISON, P. L. (1951). In Blood Transfusionin Clinical Medicine (Preface). Oxford :Blackwell Scientific Publications. ETHICS IN MEDICAL PROGRESS: with special reference to transphntatbn Edited by G. E. W. WOLSTENHOLME and MAEVE O’CONNOR Copyright 0 1966 Ciba Foundation A RECENTLY ESTABLISHED PROCEDURE: CORNEAL TRANSPLANTATION P. V. RYCROFT Pocklitgton Eye Transplantation Research Unit, Royal College of Surgeons, London, and Corneo-Plastic Unit, Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead THE PERIOD OF IDEAS THEidea of grafting organs is a very old one, and can be seen for example in the Byzantine paintings of the allegory of St.
H. Aveling, devised a simple apparatus of silver tubes and a rubber tube with “a little bulb in the middle to act as an auxiliary heart” for direct transfusion, and he carried this around in his pocket for eight years before he found the right opportunity to use it. The patient was a woman of 21 who bled severely after childbirth: a family coachman was the 28 G. E. W. ) of blood was transferred. She made a fine recovery. Dr. Q The problems of clotting, contamination, and incompatibility (as shown by destruction or clumping of the red cells in the circulation of the patient) remained formidable and obscure ; nevertheless T.
Ciba Foundation Symposium - Ethics in Medical Progress: With Special Reference to Transplantation