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Email: k***@***.edu
Yale University
333 Cedar St
New Haven , Connecticut 06510
United States

Company Description: Yale University comprises three major academic components: Yale College (the undergraduate program), the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the professional...   more

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Karin Nystrom, MSN, APRN, ..., 24 Oct 2014 [cached]
Karin Nystrom, MSN, APRN, FAHA - Associate Director, Yale-New Haven Stroke Center, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
Latest News - Healthcare Review, 31 July 2004 [cached]
It places YNHH among the national leaders in this field," said Karin Nystrom, MSN, APRN, clinical coordinator of the stroke program at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Local and National News, 27 Aug 2002 [cached]
"We're in desperate need," said Karin Nystrom, heart transplant coordinator at Yale-New Haven, who with Hartford Hospital is one of two health care facilities in the state where transplants are done.
The most important thing for a willing donor to know, Nystrom said, is that they need to let family or loved ones know their intentions in advance.
"It's a family at that time that has to make a decision, so the most important thing is let them know you're interested in becoming a donor," she said."Initially, telling them is enough, but then I'd encourage them to indicate it on their driver's license.Those two modalities are excellent ways to notify the public and health-care professionals of a donor's intent."
A living donor most typically gives a kidney, but donors and cadavers can provide a kidney, liver, heart, pancreas, lung, or intestine.Living heart donors donate their heart when they become heart-lung recipients.This is called a domino transplant.
Nystrom, the heart transplant coordinator at Yale-New Haven Hospital, said some potential donors are leery because they believe they will receive substandard medical care if they indicate an interest in giving up organs.
"That's absolutely not the case," said Nystrom."Being an organ donor in no way affects your care in a hospital or at a doctor's office."
Wayne Smith just wants people to consider donating organs.
"The greatest thing about giving organs while you're alive, is that you know who they're going to and what good they are doing.If more people were donors, more lives could be saved."
Karin Nyström, APRN, is the ..., 1 Feb 2007 [cached]
Karin Nyström, APRN, is the clinical coordinator of the Yale New Haven Stroke Center and a part-time faculty member in the Adult Advanced Practice Program at the Yale University School of Nursing.
Stroke care at Yale-New Haven Hospital, 23 Jan 2010 [cached]
Karin Nystrom, APRN
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