Organdonasjon

What happens if the patient doesn’t have relatives?

It is very rare that a deceased person doesn’t have a next-of-kin or someone ‘close’. But in the few cases where this is relevant it may possible to appoint a guardian who could clarify questions regarding donation. However, if the deceased, at anytime, had a positive take on organ donation (by a donor card, colleagues or others), then there is no law that would prevent organ donation.