Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott

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NAME: Matthew David Scott

AGE AT TIME OF TRANSPLANTATION: 37

DATE OF TRANSPLANTATION: January 24, 1999

RACE: Caucasian

OCCUPATION: clinical coordinator for Virtua Health System, Gibbsboro, New Jersey; assistant director for the School of Paramedic Science, Camden County College, Blackwood, New Jersey

HOMETOWN: Absecon, New Jersey

DATE ENTERED ON ORGAN DONOR NETWORK: December 11, 1998

FAMILY: two sons

MEDICAL HISTORY: Mr. Scott lost his dominant left hand on December 23, 1985 in a blast from an M80 firecracker. He is independent in his activities of daily living, although admits that he had to relearn everything necessary with a prosthetic device to achieve independence. Before the hand transplant, Mr. Scott was using an Otto Bach myoelectric prosthetic device.

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Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott

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NAME: Matthew David Scott

AGE AT TIME OF TRANSPLANTATION: 37

DATE OF TRANSPLANTATION: January 24, 1999

RACE: Caucasian

OCCUPATION: clinical coordinator for Virtua Health System, Gibbsboro, New Jersey; assistant director for the School of Paramedic Science, Camden County College, Blackwood, New Jersey

HOMETOWN: Absecon, New Jersey

DATE ENTERED ON ORGAN DONOR NETWORK: December 11, 1998

FAMILY: two sons

MEDICAL HISTORY: Mr. Scott lost his dominant left hand on December 23, 1985 in a blast from an M80 firecracker. He is independent in his activities of daily living, although admits that he had to relearn everything necessary with a prosthetic device to achieve independence. Before the hand transplant, Mr. Scott was using an Otto Bach myoelectric prosthetic device.

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