Conditions listed below are some examples that could result in a donor being rejected from the program:
Illnesses such as coronavirus, HIV, AIDS, hepatitis, tuberculosis, prion diseases, jaundice, MRSA, active infections, etc.
Morbid obesity or emaciation (determined on an individual height and weight basis)
Mutilation, disfigurement, or decomposition
Missing limbs or major organs
Facility at capacity
Enrollment paperwork and program acceptance not completed prior to death
Not notifying the program within 8 hours of death