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Research Advances in Human Transplantation

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Research advances in human transplantation

Author : National Institutes of Health (U.S.). General Clinical Research Centers Branch
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Lung Transplantation

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Heart Transplantation

Author : Antonio Loforte
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Lung Transplantation

Author : Max J. Trummer
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Heart and Lung Transplantation

Author : Bruce Reitz
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An excellent resource for practitioners who participate in the care of transplant patients, this comprehensive new second edition covers all aspects of heart and lung transplantation. Each area of the field is fully addressed, with documentation and practical points for patient management provided throughout. An especially notable feature of this new edition is the greatly expanded coverage of lung transplantation, with chapters on living related lung transplantation, lung pathology, and more. Complete coverage of all aspects of heart and lung transplantation, including evaluation and management of transplant patients, anesthetic and operative techniques, postoperative care, biopsy techniques, immunosuppressive management, long-term management, and pediatric transplantation. Thorough discussions of programmatic issues, donor evaluation and graft preservation, morbidity associated with transplantation, and future implications. Contributions from renowned experts, many from Johns Hopkins University and Stanford University. Includes two new editors: Edward Kasper, MD and James Theodore, MD. Offers significantly expanded coverage on lung transplantation, sections on single lung transplantation, current rejection management, new operative techniques, and effective patient care. Presents several new chapters including: Medical and Surgical Alternatives to Cardiac Transplantation (Ch. 8), Living Related Lung Transplantation (Ch. 43), Lung Pathology (Ch. 28), Immunosuppressive Therapy in the 21st Century (Ch. 48), and Management of Congestive Heart Failure in the 21st Century (Ch. 49). Covers new information on quality of care, circulatory support and Mechanical Circulatory Assistance Prior to Heart Transplantation (Ch. 12).

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Author : National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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Reduced size Lung Transplantation

Author : John A. Kern
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The paediatric patient with end-stage lung disease has two donor options: size matched immature whole lungs or reduced-size mature lobes. The pool of donors of immature whole lungs is small. This makes reduced-size lung transplantation particularly appealing.

The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation

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Atlas of Heart lung Transplantation

Author : Amar S. Kapoor
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Heart and Heart lung Transplantation

Author : John Wallwork
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Over 40 contributors explore all aspects of heart transplantation, from its history to the latest techniques. Rejection reactions, donor procurement, surgical procedures, anesthesia, immunosuppression, pathology, donor transmitted diseases, and outpatient management are just a few of the subjects covered. Aspects of heart-lung transplantation, including transbronchial lung biopsy, are also discussed.

Gene Expression Microarray Analysis in Lung Transplantation

Author : Jeffrey Douglas Lande
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A Cost Analysis of Home Monitoring in Post lung Transplantation Patients

Author : Terrence Adam
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Index Medicus

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Searching for Biomakers for Diagnosis and Early Detection of Lung Transplant Chronic Rejection

Author : Yan Zhang
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Anesthesia and Transplantation

Author : Michael D. Sharpe
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Drs. Sharpe and Gelb have edited the definitive clinical text reference on anesthesia and transplantation. This book includes all anesthesia considerations for adult and pediatric patients and also emphasizes the anesthesiologist's need to know the surgical considerations and input of the procedure. An impressive gathering of internationally respected experts have contributed their knowledge on procedures and outcomes in surgeries including kidney transplantaiton, heart transplantation, lung transplantation, and liver transplantation. The anesthesiologist's concerns are addressed in each chapter. * Covers all aspects of anesthetic management of patients undergoing or recovering from organ transplantation * Provides vital information on what you need to know about the surgical technique, procedure, and outcome * Distinguished list of international contributors

Organ Transplantation Second Edition

Author : Frank P. Stuart
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Organ transplantation is increasingly complex and at the same time increasingly effective. The lengthening waiting list for cadaver organs now exceeds the supply several-fold. Most practicing physicians encounter only a few transplant recipients during a year of practice. This volume was written as a quick, but comprehensive, reference for medical students, residents, fellows, nurses, and practicing physicians who interface intermittently with recipients and transplant teams. It contains twentyone chapters and twelve essays; together they present the standard of practice and also controversial issues such as the ethical dilemma of long waiting lists, noncompliance with long-term immunosuppression, the relationship between acute and chronic rejection, the living organ donor, the older cadaver donor, laparoscopic nephrectomy, retransplantation, organ banks and the national transplant network’s criteria for allocating organs to potential recipients, and the promise of xenotransplantation. Appendix I includes detailed information about immunosuppressive drugs.

Lung Injury

Author : Ronald G. Crystal
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A comprehensive review of lung injury, defence and repair and therapeutic interventions. The text focuses on clinically relevant issues such as infections and host defences, immune injury, airborne contaminants, acute lung injury, injury from drugs, fibrotic processes and genetic modulation.

Textbook of Pulmonary Diseases

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Pulmonary Radiology

Author : Reginald Greene
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Members of the Fleischner Society have created a clinical reference in chest radiology. The work includes topics ranging from high resolution CT to imaging in transplantation, from pleural physiology to immunosuppressive disorders. Members of the Society use a multidisciplinary approach to the morphologic, pathologic, physiologic, radiologic, and clinical aspects of areas which include: the developing lung, interstitial lung disease, pulmonary vascular disease, acute lung injury, airways disease, lung cancer and AIDS.