Amends Act No. 19.451 On The Determinacia N Of Quia Nes Can Be Considered A Donor Organs


Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now for only USD$20 per month, or Get a Day Pass for only USD$4.99.
"(Artículo único.-Introdúcense las siguientes modificaciones en la ley Nº 19.451, que establece normas sobre trasplante y donación de órganos: 1) replaced article 2 bis with the following:"article 2 bis.-persons whose state of health requires it shall be entitled to be recipients of organs. "

Any person older than eighteen years shall be regarded, by the single operation of law, as donor organs once deceased, unless before the moment in which the removal of the organ is decided, is a reliable documentation granted before a notary public, stating that the donor in life expressed their will not to be. The notary should send such information to the Civil Registry and identification service for purposes of the national registry of non-donors, according to the respective regulations established it.

(In case of founded doubt with regard to the quality of donor, see previews on the extraction of one or more organs from the deceased, in order of priority, to the following persons: to) the spouse who was living with the deceased or the person who lived with him in conjugal relationship.
(b) any of the children over 18 years of age.
(c) any of the parents.
(d) the guardian, tutor or curator.
(e) anyone 18 years and older brothers.
(f) any age of 18 grandchildren.
(g) any grandparents.
(h) any blood relative up to the fourth degree inclusive.
(i) any relative by affinity up to the second degree inclusive.

Founded doubt means submitting to the doctor in charge of the contradictory documents procedure or the existence of statements other than the persons referred to in the preceding paragraph.

For the effects of its intervention in the transplant procedure, the preceding enumeration is order of precedence, so the intervention of one or more persons belonging to a category exclude the others included in the same category and in the following categories.

In the case that several people are in equal conditions for the reception of an organ, the fact of not being registered in the register of non-donors should take into account to prioritize it with respect to who is it. "."

(2) repealed article 9.