You have four choices when you record a choice in the Donorregister.
1. Yes: I give permission
I want my organs and tissues to be available for transplant after my death.
- This refers to the following organs and tissues: pancreas, blood vessels, bone tissue/cartilage/tendons, intestines, heart, heart valves, skin, liver, lungs, kidneys and eye tissue.
- You have the option of saying that certain organs and tissues are not being made available for transplant.
2. No: I do not give permission
I do not want my organs and tissues to be available for transplant after my death.
3. My partner or family will decide
In the event of my death, my partner or family will decide whether my organs and tissues should be made available for transplant.
- If there is a difference of opinion among your relatives, donation will not take place.
- If there is no partner or family and you have not recorded your choice in the Donorregister, you are not a donor.
4. A person nominated by me will decide
I will choose for myself someone who will decide in the event of my death whether my organs and tissues will be made available for transplant.
- This person may also live abroad.
- Keep the contact details for this person up to date. If anything changes, update your record.