Wow. i actually know th answer to this and this is not a retard question like all the others posted.Yes. the lack of oxygen to vital organs does not affect the use of the organs unless it is from smoke inhalation of the lungs. Water ok. smoke not. choking provides no complications for donation. all this can be verified through numerous sources. The best reference would be a pathologist.not a coroner as some ppl think.
They should be... but I'm not a physiologist.
Doubtful. They try to get organs for donation immediately after the persons heart and brain activity stop. This way the oxygen level in the tissues are not depleted and cause organ failure.
If she suffocated then you are saying her organs are already damaged and any more time to get them out of her would make it a sure loss.