When/how does the body die during the organ donation process?
Does the body die when you start removing the vital organs, like the heart?
Or do they turn off the machines and the body dies and then they begin operating? Like when is the time of death recorded, at the brain death test or when the body actually dies?
Do surgeons ever feel guilty about this process? Obviously, the person is dead and they’re not technically killing them, but I imagine it’d be weird to perform surgery on a body (not the brain) that would die as a result.