Prioritizing Organ Transplant
Currently, in our world there are many people that need medical attention, while many of them are in critical condition there are many individuals that are supposed to be prioritized. They can be prioritized unlike many other people who may need it more than the person that is getting prioritized.
Organ transplants is one of the many cases in which people become prioritized and this can result in children needing it more than elders or people that are prioritized because of their health conditions.
In the United States organs for human transplant are obtained by voluntary donation. An individual donor may designate a particular recipient of their donated kidney or part of their liver, but organs such as hearts and lungs donated upon death. It is estimated that around the world there are more than 100,00 people waiting to get an organ transplant. However, there are many factors that are considered when deciding who will be prioritized to receive the organ transplant which as stated before are the ages and health conditions. Due to shortage of organ donors, health professionals are faced with the dilemma of who to decide who receives a donor and who does not. This dilemma has caused many problems since most people are prioritized unlike the others and this can lead to problems since they could be as I said in critical conditions and they are not being treated with the medical attention that they deserve. However I do believe that younger recipients should be prioritized to get an organ transplant since there should not be a system in which certain people deserve an organ transplant despite their age or their health conditions since there are many other people that are in need of an organ transplant in a critical amount of time.
An organ transplant or donation is the process in which you provide a person with one or more of your organs including your organ, blood and tissues. This "process is