An application has dé t & eacute; developed in Switzerland to facilitate organ donation, Has on Monday AUPR & egrave, s CHUV, University Hospital of the Canton of Vaud, and Swisstransplant, the Swiss National Foundation for Donation and Transplantation organ.
Concretely & egrave ; ment, this application dé latch when the patient, who dé j & agrave ; Conna & icirc fact, be the pr dé alable its acceptance of the principle of organ donation, passes a beacon in a h & OCIRC ; hospital.
The application provides information about the dé ventuelles allergies, m dé drugs the patient is taking and contacts & agrave ; pr dé come, as well as the intentions of the patient as to the organs it is pr & ecirc ; agrave & t ; give.
The proc dé dé has dé t & eacute; developed by m dé physician anesthesia dé sists at CHUV, Dr. Jocelyn Corniche, which Pres dé on the application & quot; Echo112 & quot ;, for direct contact to the rescue around the world and & ecirc ; very localized dé.
Since Monday, a set & agrave ; day of the application allows g é n é ; rer two cards, one for contacts, m dé drugs and allergies, one for information about organ donation.
D & egrave, s the patient reaches the emergency room, a Bluetooth terminal displays the map on the dé screen notebook.
No other personal information out of t dé the dé phone ensures Jocelyn Corniche, according to Swiss news agency ATS.
In his communiqu é ;, Swisstransplant says it is a Premi & egrave, global re.
It is expected to am dé improve the situation in Switzerland, one of the worst dé & the egrave ; ves European dé ens in the matter & egrave, re organ donation.
Some 1,200 people are currently waiting for a donation.
& quot; Less than 5% of our clients carry with them a donor card.
Relatives must dé cider & agrave ; instead of the person dé c dé dé e, which is often very egrave & ; & quot s difficult ;, underlines Franz Immer, director of Swisstransplant.
In France, during a dé c & egrave, s, the dé teams m dé dicales consult must the National Register of refusal v dé rifier the dé deceased has not opposite dé organ donation.
If his name is not there, the law requires to interview the family to Conna & icirc, be the opinion of the latter expressed dé during his lifetime.
But it is still necessary that the subject has dé t & eacute; First é ;.